Located on a seven-acre site, South Yard Phase Two involved re-purposing the former Farmer’s Cooperative in Fayetteville, Arkansas as restaurants, retail, and flexible office space.
South Yard Phase Two is made up of four renovated buildings arranged in a curved formation, the trace of a railway that once bifurcated the site many years ago. The buildings contain leasable spaces for food, beverage, and commercial establishments. South Yard Phase Two is conveniently located near the popular Razorback Greenway and is within walking distance to parks and the Fayetteville square.
Site improvements and amenities included an outdoor pool and fitness area, pavilion, bike racks, outdoor seating, circulation areas, food truck court, service yard with loading area, and valuable access to the surrounding trail system. Sitework and development also included all new site utilities, storm, fire water, and required parking (for both commercial and future hotel establishments).