Almost anywhere you look in downtown Little Rock, the work of Jimmy Moses and Rett Tucker can be seen. Moses and Tucker, the namesakes behind iconic Little Rock commercial real-estate firm Moses Tucker, have helped shape the city skyline. They’ve developed new hotels, high-rise condos, apartments and converted old buildings into mixed-use properties for office space, retail and residential. The longtime business partners have been on the forefront of the downtown Little Rock that’s seen today.
Moses founded the firm in 1984 and was joined by Tucker in 1998. Moses now serves as the firm’s chairman of the board. He was one of the visionary leaders behind the River Market and was involved in the land acquisition for the Clinton Presidential Center as well as many of downtown’s most notable developments. He is a past president of Downtown Little Rock Partnership and the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Foundation. His work downtown has been recognized with an Award of Merit from AIA Arkansas and a Vision Award from Lion World Services for the Blind.
A Little Rock native and fifth-generation Arkansan, Tucker serves as co-chairman of the board. He led the effort to build the Little Rock Central High Museum and Visitor Center and is a tireless advocate of public education. A past president of Downtown Little Rock Partnership and what was then the Arkansas Arts Center, he is a member of Fifty for the Future and is a warden of the vestry at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. His accolades include Citizen of the Year from the Pulaski County Bar Association and outstanding individual contribution to the humanities from the Little Rock Arts and Humanities Promotion Commission.
Moses and Tucker have helped shape the city skyline.