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Video Source: nwacouncil.org
Big Emma will be located on the corner of Emma Ave and Park Street in downtown Springdale.
Big Emma will have a total of 77 units, and 30 of the units will be used for households that make less than $92,000/ annually.
There is also expected to be a coffee shop located at ground level.
The Walton Family Foundation provided a 6.75 million dollar grant to fund the project. “Permanently affordable housing is crucial to providing homes for teachers, nurses and other workers we all depend on,” said Robert Burns, Walton Family Foundation Home Region Program director. “Big Emma will be a model for the region, ensuring Northwest Arkansas remains a great place to live and thrive.” – nwacouncil.org
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