Announcing the RMP Building
Johnson, Arkansas—The Johnson Square neighborhood is off and running with its second large-scale building scheduled to begin construction soon. High Street Real Estate and Development and RMP LLP announced the RMP Building at Johnson Square, a 21,000 square foot mixed-use building with offices on the top two floors and two restaurant spaces on the ground floor. “The RMP Building provides a beautiful anchor for the west side of the central green in Johnson Square,” according to Ward Davis, principal with High Street, “RMP brings an incredibly successful and growing law business to Johnson. We could not be more pleased to have them as partners in this building.”
Construction will begin on the RMP Building at Johnson Square in early October, with completion anticipated in June 2018. The RMP Building will join Washington Regional Medical Center’s Urgent Care & Neurosurgery Clinic already built in Johnson Square. The contractor on the construction of the building is C.R. Crawford Construction, the design architect is Robert Sharp, and the architect of record is Allison + Partners. The building will be owned by principals in High Street and partners in the RMP law firm through Johnson Square RMP Building, LLC. First Security Bank is providing the bank financing for the project.
Johnson Square is a new community built on the idea that well-designed, people-oriented neighborhoods enhance lives. The neighborhood is centered around a square built at the intersection of Main Street and Johnson Mill Boulevard. Anchored by restaurants and shops, the square is the heart of the neighborhood, providing a social center for residents of the homes and flats, as well as people visiting or working in the Johnson Square. Infrastructure construction is underway for the first phase of Johnson Square and is expected to be completed by the end of the year. Home sales have begun with a thoughtful mix of 20 houses, 6 townhomes, and 14 cottages available.
Johnson Square, which is being developed by High Street Real Estate & Development, is within one minute of I-49, convenient for commuters to either Washington or Benton Counties. It is in the Fayetteville School District and served by Springdale utilities.