Arkansas Gazette Building

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The Arkansas Gazette Building is located at 112 West Third Street in downtown Little Rock, and is owned by the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, Inc. The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette company acquired the building after the sale of the Arkansas Gazette newspaper by the Gannett Corporation in 1991. The 1908 Beaux Art-style building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The building served as Clinton/Gore Campaign Headquarters in the 1992 presidential election campaign.

The Arkansas Gazette Building been announced in 2007 as the new home of an E-STEM charter school. The building will house an elementary, middle, and high school offering E-STEM (economics of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) programs. The E-STEM school will also offer Latin, Spanish, and Mandarin language classes. The schools is currently enrolling 856 students for the 2008-2009 school year.


  • Jake Sandlin, "History Lurks in Old Gazette Building," Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, January 27, 2008.

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