The Stephens Building is a twenty-five story office tower in downtown Little Rock. The tower, opened in 1985, was originally known as the First South Building and the Rogers Building before being renamed the Stephens Building when a partnership was forged between the Doyle Rogers Company and Stephens Inc..
The Stephens Building was developed by the Doyle Rogers Company and constructed by the Pickens-Bond Construction Company. The office tower contains 432,108 square feet of usable office space and thirteen elevator shafts. The base of the building is made of burgundy granite. A 740-space parking garage is across the street. It is surrounded by a number of historical landmarks, including the Capital Hotel, the Pulaski County Courthouse, and the Old State House.
The Doyle Rogers Company maintains its main offices in the building, but the edifice is completely owned, leased, and managed by Stephens Inc.
- Evin Demirel, "His Projects Shape Capital City Skyline," Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, April 3, 2009.