Cox Creative Center
Cox Creative Center is the Central Arkansas Library System's Main Library annex building at 120 Commerce Street in the historic Little Rock River Market District. The building houses River Market Books & Gifts, Farmer's Daughter Café, Boulevard Bread Company, the Arkansas Artists Gallery, the Showcase Arkansas Gallery, and a meeting room with capacity for seventy-five. The 18,000 square foot Cox Creative Center was created by renovating the 1906 Cox Machinery Warehouse building. The annex restoration plans were developed by Stocks-Mann Architects PLC and Jameson Architects. The building features a geothermal central air system constructed by drilling seventeen 500 foot wells under the parking lot. The Cox Creative Center opened in 2001.
The Cox Creative Center housed the first exhibit of Clinton administration memorabilia before the opening of the Clinton Presidential Library.