Coming in 2025

Artspace Windgate Campus

A creative hub for Little Rock in the East End

1102 E 8th St Little Rock, AR, 72002

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Artspace Windgate Campus grew out of a strategic effort to benefit the community led by the Windgate Foundation with key support from civic leaders, arts organizations, local artists, and creative businesses.


Due to strong local momentum for the arts as a strategy for community development, Artspace worked with the Little Rock and North Little Rock communities beginning in 2018 to explore the feasibility of an Artspace live/work project. Located in the historic East End, and through its proximity to the Clinton Presidential Center, Arkansas Museum of Fine Arts and the future home of the Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, the Artspace Windgate Campus will be another anchor for Little Rock’s expanding arts and culture scene.


Artspace Windgate Campus


The new construction development features a four-story building that provides 60 units of affordable live/work style housing designed for artists and their families, ten working artist-in-residence studios, ample event and gallery space including a large outdoor courtyard, and approximately 16,000 square feet of commercial space to provide space for local arts and cultural organizations. To designate Artspace Windgate Campus as a destination for the arts, public art components will include murals situated on the building’s exterior spaces and sculptural components in the outdoor courtyard along College Street.


Artspace Windgate Campus


The exterior design reflects the level of artistic activity occurring within the multifamily affordable housing units and commercial studios; and a rooftop deck provides welcoming views of downtown. The units are one-, two-, and three-bedrooms, addressing the need for affordable housing for individual artists and their households. Artspace Windgate Campus will bridge geographic and cultural creative communities through a critical mass of residential units and commercial space that prioritizes a diverse creative workforce and provides a sustainable home for a broad creative sector.





AMR Architects


Windgate Foundation


Harriet and Warren Stephens

Anne and Merritt Dyke, Jackye and Curtis Finch, Jr., John and Robyn Horn, Stan Hastings on behalf of the Rosalyn & Harry Hastings family, Stella Boyle Smith Trust, Cathy & Mike Mayton, Terri and Chuck Erwin, Yellow Rocket Concepts


Estimated Timeline

Construction 2024, opening 2025


60+ one-, two- and three bedrooms and 10 artist-in-residence units

Commercial Space

16,000 sq. ft.


30–60% AMI (area median income)

Development Type

Live/work affordable artist housing

Mixed-use new construction

Estimated Project Cost