Downtown Little Rock has been on the upswing for the better part of a decade.
Anchored by the River Market and its amenities including museums, libraries, restaurant-bars, cultural attractions and a Presidential library, there's plenty to feel positive about.
For years, the question has been: what will become of Main Street?
Vacated in the last decade of the 20th century, once shuttered buildings on downtown's most important road – Main Street – are finding new life.
City leaders have targeted it to become a “creative corridor.”
Talk Business Arkansas' Roby Brock sat down with one of the main movers and shakers in this endeavor, Sharon Priest, executive director of the Downtown Little Rock Partnership.
You can watch an interview from this week's TV and radio program below.
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