High Street Real Estate & Development focuses on creating spaces and making places in vibrant town centers and neighborhoods where communities come together. We make thriving destinations that are fun to live in and fun to visit. Places where solid design principles and thoughtful craft mingles with live entertainment, good food and drink, and great company.
If you are interested in being a part of a beautiful, active community, whether for your business or your dream home, our expert team can help you with exactly what you need.
It’s our passion to bring vibrant places and people together.
Ward Davis is a founding partner of High Street Real Estate & Development, a real estate company focused on urban and New Urban properties in vibrant, growing cities and towns.
He formerly served as the Chief Executive Officer of The Village at Hendrix, a 112-acre traditional neighborhood in Conway, Arkansas. Prior to that he led the acquisitions team for Medical Properties Trust, a public real estate investment trust (REIT), and was a corporate finance investment banker for Stephens Inc.
Ward previously served as President of the National Town Builders Association, a national trade organization for leading developers of economically, socially and environmentally sustainable neighborhoods and town centers. Ward has a BA in Economics from Davidson College, a General Course Diploma in Economics from The London School of Economics and Political Science, and an MBA from The University of Virginia.
Morgan Hooker is a founding partner of High Street Real Estate & Development, a real estate company focused on urban and New Urban properties in vibrant, growing cities and towns. He brings an extensive background in architecture, land planning, development, leasing strategies, and construction. He’s been a licensed general contractor in several states for 20+ years, working with city staff, architects and other planners on redevelopment projects, single-family residential projects, and multi-story mixed-use complexes.
Morgan previously served as a broker with Colliers International, and his commercial real estate work has helped with the redevelopment of downtown Rogers, Arkansas, as well as projects across the area. As a general contractor he’s completed structures for Walmart, Exxon and Sonic Corporation, to name a few.
Morgan is a member of the Congress for New Urbanism, the National Town Builders Association and the Urban Land Institute, and he has been honored by the American Institute of Architects. He is passionate about building and community involvement, leading to serving as a Board Member of Habitat for Humanity, and as Chairman of the Developers and Contractors committee for the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce.