Arkansas Power and Light Building
The Arkansas Power and Light Building is an International-style office park built at the corner of Ninth and Louisiana streets between 1953 and 1959. It was the first such building constructed in the International style in the city of Little Rock. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Arkansas Power and Light Building was designed by Fred Arnold of the architectural firm Wittenberg, Delony, and Davidson. The building was inspired by the Johnson Wax Administration Building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright in Racine, Wisconsin.
- Leo Martin, "Work to Begin on $1,500,000 AP&L Office," Arkansas Democrat, September 15, 1955.