Alexander Nicoll firstname.lastname@example.org Years of water damage stained the walls. Holes in the ceiling exposed the second floor to the first. The staircase creaked, boards straining under the pressure of each footstep. A musty aroma tainted the air, as if someone was rifling through the pages of an old book.
Forget a room with a view. Mark Zweig's entire home offers a spectacular vista of Fayetteville's western skyline. Sitting atop a hill in the Summit Place subdivision, the home overlooks bustling North College Avenue. The three-story home's exterior is a combination of gray lap siding, white trim and cedar shingles that blend into the wooded neighborhood.
Years of water damage have stained the walls. Holes in the ceiling expose the second floor to the first. The staircase creaks, boards straining under the pressure of each footstep. A musty aroma taints the air, as if someone was rifling through the pages of an old book.
by Marty Cook on Monday, Jul. 11, 2016 12:00 am 4 min read A love of engineering and architecture eventually led Mark Zweig, CEO of the Zweig Group and Mark Zweig Inc., to property development. ( Kat Wilson) Mark Zweig made his building bones buying up single-family residences and rebuilding or renovating them into high-priced classical homes.
With multiple publications listing Fayetteville, Arkansas as one of the top places to live in America, we asked local developer MARK ZWEIG about his projects and plans to continue beautifying the city.
"Every house has a story of how it evolved over time," says renovation expert Mark Zweig, who has a passion for purchasing dilapidated homes and thoughtfully restoring them with a nod to the past mixed with present-day innovations.
If you live in Fayetteville--you may have noticed orange sidewalk cones and a newly demolished building along north College Avenue. Some are saying its ushering in revitalization to the heart of Fayetteville. The plan is to put more people back into an area of Fayetteville that has been on a slight decline in recent years, regardless of the overall population growth in northwest Arkansas.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. - Zweig Group founder & chairman, Mark Zweig, collaborates on the release of an all new beer, Zweig American Ale. Zweig American Ale was inspired by Zweig's belief in hard work and entrepreneurship.
Home design and construction firm Mark Zweig Inc. of Fayetteville finished its two-year project to renovate the dilapidated building at 1200 N. College Ave., and now leases it to another Mark Zweig enterprise, the Zweig Group, a support firm for the architecture, engineering and environmental consulting industries.