The launch party marks the debut of detailed architectural renderings of the community, now under construction near Central Avenue on SE J Street, which is across the street from the new Walmart Home Office site. Brick Avenue Lofts is set to open in May. Plans for the community feature a heated saltwater pool, co-working space with a coffee bar, yoga studio and gym, urban farm, dog run, shuffleboard, and bocce court. The property is registered for LEED green building certification, according to a press release.
The Hive is serving food at the event, and there will also be beer from local breweries. Local artist Scribbles by Sav will be drawing guests’ portraits. A pop-up living room furnished by West Elm will be on display. The first 50 people to check in to the event will receive a swag bag including a Brick Avenue T-Shirt and a private-label chocolate bar by Kyya Chocolate, according to a press release.
“Connecting neighbors is at the heart of everything we do, so throwing a party for our new neighbors in Bentonville is a natural way to introduce Brick Avenue to the community,” said Layne Taylor, Brick Avenue Lofts’ experience specialist. “We can’t wait to show everyone what we have planned.”
The event is free and open to the public, although reservations are requested.