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So how does a small city like Johnson, with about 4,000 residents, sandwiched between Fayetteville and Springdale, and without a downtown to speak of, capitalize on the renewed interest in downtowns?

“So how does a small city like Johnson, with about 4,000 residents, sandwiched between Fayetteville and Springdale, and without a downtown to speak of, capitalize on the renewed interest in downtowns? The answer is simple, says developer Ward Davis. Build a town square from scratch.” #NWArk

Johnson Square Arkansas was born on the idea that great neighbors create healthy places for people to thrive, prosper and be happy. They started with the Square because great neighborhoods are built around great community spaces. It’s the stage for our public lives, a family-friendly gathering place for movie nights, festivals and concerts, both spur-of-the moment and planned. Shops, restaurants, markets and offices will front the Square, offering more places to meet and mingle.

26 minutes from Bentonville Square and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

22 minutes from Downtown Rogers

13 minutes from the Arkansas Music Pavilion

10 minutes from Dickson Street