8th Street Market
Each Quad will offer shady spaces to sit outdoors and get some fresh air.
This particular parking lot was designed to preserve a large sycamore tree.
A pedestrian and bike promenade will connect the east and west sides of campus. From the Layout Center to the fitness center is about a 2.5 minute bike ride.
Each Quad will include a plaza where food trucks can park and provide rotating food options. A nearby pavilion will offer a shady spot to enjoy lunch.
A bike trail will provide an off-street route from the campus to the David Glass Technology Center, the community college and beyond.
A pedestrian and bike promenade will connect the east and west sides of campus. Riding a bike from the corner of 8th and J to the eastern-most office building will take about 3 minutes.
Stormwater from the neighborhoods to the east will empty into a large bioswale, where plants clean the water before it arrives in the south lake.
The Gateway Trail has the potential to join with future bike crossings of 14th Street and connect with the Razorback Greenway to the south.
The landscapes at the south lake will include trees that were preserved from the existing site and replanted, as well as existing trees that will remain undisturbed.
The south lake collects stormwater and is connected to the campus irrigation system. The lakes allow the landscapes to be irrigated with minimal use of the city’s potable water supply.
Approximately 1 mile of trails around the south lake and landscapes will provide an opportunity to exercise and connect with nature.
The Southwest Quad open space was designed to preserve large catalpa and oak trees. Each Quad will offer shady spaces to sit outdoors and get some fresh air.
Bioswales along the trail and throughout campus use plants to slow down the flow of stormwater and remove pollutants.
Forested landscape with native trees and plants shade the greenway trail.
New trail tunnels provide a seamless connection with the Town Branch Trail, connecting downtown Bentonville to the campus.
The north lake collects stormwater and is connected to the campus irrigation system. The lakes allow the landscapes to be irrigated with minimal use of the city’s potable water supply.
Two central utility plants – one on the north side of campus and one on the south – will incorporate cooling towers and heat recovery chillers to provide the most energy efficient HVAC strategies.
We're always evolving – listening to feedback and reevaluating our plans. Everything on this site is a work in progress and is subject to change.