112 West Center


This 7-story tower originally designed by renowned architect Warren Segraves was recently purchased with the goal of reinventing it into a healthy workplace. The renovation of what is now known as 112 West Center represents an important repositioning of this former bank building to more closely reflect downtown Fayetteville’s dynamic culture.

Project Statement

Project Statement

Originally built as a bank in 1965, this 7-story international style tower originally designed by renowned Fayetteville architect Warren Segraves offers panoramic views and close proximity to the downtown Fayetteville square. The owners purchased the building with the goal of investing more in the core of the city and to reinvent the EJ Ball Building into a healthy workplace. All seven levels plus the basement (a total of 58,000 square feet) have now been renovated into class A office and retail space. The main entrance and lobby have been opened up to allow for more visibility and new display windows. A new entry portal topped with a fourth floor balcony hosts extensive views of the downtown square and surrounding mountains. Lobby renovations include marble elevator surrounds, new seating, custom tenant signage and artwork by local artist Jason Jones. Office spaces range from 500 to 5,500 square feet. The basement level has also been extensively reworked to include shared locker rooms, showers, and bike racks to encourage tenants to bike to work. Tenants are now located in the basement as well, including a bourbon bar in the former bank vault with patio seating surrounded by an herb garden. The renovation of what is now known as 112 West Center represents an important repositioning of this former bank building to more closely reflect downtown Fayetteville’s dynamic culture.

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