Real EstateHow Walmart turned Bentonville, Arkansas into a boomtown

How Walmart turned Bentonville, Arkansas into a boomtown


Walmart’s hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas has become a boomtown with many amenities you might expect to find in New York or San Francisco – fancy restaurants, craft cocktails, bike paths and a world-class art museum. The town has more cranes per capita than any other U.S. city as Walmart builds a 350-acre new headquarters. Bentonville’s population is expected to triple by 2050. But with the boom comes big-city economic challenges. CNBC’s Melissa Repko travels to Bentonville for the story.


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