The TSW planning and design team, in partnership with the University of Central Arkansas, is working to develop a mixed-use village that will serve as a gateway to campus in Conway, Arkansas. The development will feature student housing and ground floor retail that will cater to the needs of students.
To ensure that the project meets the needs of students, the team has been gathering input from the student body. Recently, students were asked to provide feedback on the types of retail and housing options they would like to see in the development. The team received valuable feedback from students, with some of the most popular suggestions including fast-casual food options, a corner grocer, and a pharmacy.
The mixed-use village will not only cater to the needs of students but also provide a unique opportunity for local businesses. The ground floor retail spaces will be leased to local businesses, giving them a chance to interact with students and become a part of the university community.
The project aligns with TSW’s commitment to creating vibrant and sustainable communities that enhance people’s quality of life. The mixed-use village will create a pedestrian-friendly environment that encourages walking and cycling, reducing the carbon footprint of the development. The housing component will also prioritize energy efficiency, ensuring that the development is sustainable in the long run.
Overall, the mixed-use village development is an exciting project that will provide students with access to essential services and local businesses with an opportunity to be a part of the university community. It is a testament to TSW’s commitment to creating vibrant and sustainable communities that enhance people’s quality of life.
Update on Mixed-use Project in Conway, Arkansas