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Home > Arkansas > North Little Rock > Waterside Street Bridge, Spanning Lake 1 Tributary at Waterside Street, North Little Rock, Pulaski County, AR



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Item Title


Location
Spanning Lake 1 Tributary at Waterside Street, North Little Rock, AR

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1968.

Notes
Survey number HAER AR-72
Building/structure dates: 1932 initial construction
National Register Number: 90000888
Significance: Waterside Street Bridge is one of four stone-faced bridges in North Little Rock’s historic Lakewood subdivision, developed in the 1930s by local real estate tycoon Justin Matthews. An addition to the more formal 1920s subdivision of Park Hill, Lakewood was laid out around a series of recreational parks and man-made lakes that provided an engaging natural backdrop for landscape features like bridges. Waterside Street Bridge is historically significant for its association with the development of one of Arkansas’ early suburbs and of architectural interest for its rustic design.

Subjects
Bridge Construction
Real Estate Development
Concrete Slabs


Related Names
Carmean, Frank M.
Justin Matthews Company
Metropolitan Trust Company
Park Hill Land Company
Matthews, John
Matthews Company


Collection
Historic American Engineering Record (Library of Congress)

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