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About Little Rock AR
Little Rock is the capital and the most populous city in Arkansas. It is consistently rated as one of the top cities to live in and most affordable cities in the country each year. The city was incorporated in 1831 on the edge of the Arkansas River in the central part of the state.
The city is a vibrant arts, business, government, and medical area within the state. It is home to many national and international companies, art institutions, historic sites, and is a major transportation hub.
Within the area of the Little Rock AR are the cities of North Little Rock, Conway, Maumelle, Sherwood, Benton, and Cabot among others. It is home to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences along with the Clinton School of Public Service, located in the vibrant downtown area near the Clinton Presidential Center.
Residents of the city like the good weather overall in the area year round and take advantage of that by enjoying outdoor activities including hiking, biking, rafting, kayaking. While it can get hot in the summer and snow occasionally in the winter, the periods never last for long. Residents also enjoy abundant parks, forested areas, and nearby nature and sightseeing opportunities.
Home ownership is relatively high in the area with many well established and popular neighborhoods including Downtown, the South Main area, the Heights, Pulaski Heights, Chenal, and others around the city – connected to the economic and government core area near downtown. Residents enjoy a favorable cost of living along with a variety of housing choices from traditional mid-century homes to ultra-modern condominiums.
Schools and services are plentiful, highly rated, and widely enjoyed. Health care services are state of the art and enjoy the influence of the University system as well as the attention of many leading companies. City infrastructure makes driving and commuting easy for residents with a combination of streets, interstate highways, and public transportation including a cable car system downtown.
The arts and cultural events are also widely enjoyed in Little Rock with a variety of art, film, music, and cultural festivals presented each year and is home to the Arkansas Art Center, the Arkansas Symphony, the Museum of Discovery, and the William J. Clinton Presidential Center. Little Rock has a vibrant food and beverage scene with influences from around the world along with southern homestyle favorites and award winning local craft beers and spirits.