CorelDraw Map Little Rock Arkansas US

Little Rock, Arkansas, is the state’s capital and largest city, known for its diverse neighborhoods and districts. Here’s an overview of some of its main areas:

  1. Downtown Little Rock: This is the heart of the city, where you’ll find government buildings, including the Arkansas State Capitol, as well as cultural and entertainment attractions like the River Market District. It’s a mix of business, residential, and entertainment.
  2. Hillcrest: This historic neighborhood is known for its charming, tree-lined streets, historic homes, and local shops and restaurants. It’s a popular area for families and professionals.
  3. The Heights: Adjacent to Hillcrest, The Heights is an upscale neighborhood with a similar feel. It offers elegant homes, boutique shopping, and some of the city’s best schools.
  4. Argenta: Located across the Arkansas River in North Little Rock, the Argenta Arts District is an up-and-coming area filled with art galleries, restaurants, and a vibrant arts scene. It’s becoming increasingly popular among young professionals.
  5. Riverdale: Situated on the banks of the Arkansas River, Riverdale is known for its scenic beauty. It features upscale dining, boutiques, and easy access to the Big Dam Bridge, a popular spot for outdoor activities.
  6. West Little Rock: This area is the city’s largest and fastest-growing region, with numerous shopping centers, restaurants, and neighborhoods. It’s a diverse part of the city, with housing options for all income levels.
  7. Midtown: Midtown Little Rock offers a mix of residential and commercial areas. It’s home to the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences and the War Memorial Stadium. It’s also close to the city’s major hospitals.
  8. Chenal Valley: Known for its luxurious homes and golf courses, Chenal Valley is a more affluent neighborhood in West Little Rock. It’s popular among those seeking upscale living.
  9. Otter Creek: Located in the southwestern part of the city, Otter Creek is a residential area known for its natural beauty and large homes. It’s popular among families and outdoor enthusiasts.
  10. University District: As the name suggests, this area is home to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and offers a mix of student housing and residential areas. It’s a diverse and lively neighborhood.
  11. East End: This predominantly residential area features a mix of older and newer homes. It’s known for its affordability and is a popular choice for first-time homebuyers.
  12. South Main (SoMa): South Main is a vibrant, artsy district with a strong sense of community. It’s known for its historic charm, art galleries, local shops, and events like the monthly “SoMa After Dark.”
  13. Stifft Station: Stifft Station is a residential area close to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and features a mix of housing options. It’s known for its community feel and walkability.

These are just some of the neighborhoods and districts in Little Rock, each with its own unique character and offerings. The city provides a variety of living environments, from historic and charming to modern and upscale, making it a diverse and appealing place to live.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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