Bill Schwyhart’s 1998 Acquisition of Pinnacle Point in Arkansas

Bill Schwyhart
Bill Schwyhart

Bill Schwyhart is a respected executive in the Arkansas entrepreneurial community and guides Pinnacle Hills as its founder and owner. He has overseen a number of high profile projects including the creation of Pinnacle Hills Promenade, and has also served as Finance Committee chairman with the Northwest Arkansas Regional Airport Authority. Bill Schwyhart’s career was featured in a 2001 edition of the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal.

As described in the article, Mr. Schwyhart’s life profoundly changed in September, 1998, when he got married and the next day leveraged two decades of success in the car dealership industry in inking his largest transaction ever.

The $5 million real estate acquisition was of Pinnacle Point in Rogers, Arkansas, and was the beginning of what turned into a $1 billion project spanning 600 acres of land just off Interstate 49. The purchase resulted in the development of retail shopping centers that have driven commercial growth throughout the four-state region.

Three Noteworthy Restaurants at Pinnacle Hills Promenade

 

Pinnacle Hills Promenade Image: fleminc.com
Pinnacle Hills Promenade
Image: fleminc.com

Bill Schwyhart is a real estate developer and founder of the Pinnacle Hills Promenade, a 980,000-square-foot retail and office space in Rogers, Arkansas. With an extensive background in the automotive industry as a dealership owner and manager, Bill Schwyhart has broadened his economic portfolio and helped bring thousands of jobs to Rogers through Pinnacle Hills. Here are three restaurants worth visiting in the shopping center.

1. P. F. Changs Restaurant. Located at the front entrance of the Promenade. This Restaurant provides its customers with an array of fresh asian food, and has a full bar with draft beer and your favorite cocktails.

2. Houlihan’s. A casual restaurant with a diverse menu, Houlihan’s serves up everything from pub food to exotic entrees and gluten-free menu items. The eatery also has an extensive drink menu, which even allows guests to contribute to someone’s education. Part of the money from every bottle of Wine purchased helps send women from low-income families to college.

3. Texas Land & Cattle Steakhouse. Truly Texan in its decor and menu, the Texas Land & Cattle Steakhouse is a must-visit for grill lovers. Featured entrees include the Southwest Sampler and a 20 oz. Texas bone-in ribeye.