In the heart of the Capital City, tight-knit communities and an emphasis on walkable living create a slower pace that welcomes all
Long gone are the days of downtowns sitting dormant and forgotten, and Little Rock’s is no exception. One of the earliest efforts to revitalize the district began more than 25 years ago with the opening of the River Market. Since then, initiatives to bring people back downtown have extended slowly south and eastward, jumping what before seemed like the impassable borders of Interstates 30 and 630. People are visiting—and moving to—neighborhoods such as South Main Street and the Quapaw Quarter, Pettaway Park, and East Village in droves thanks to new opportunities and thoughtful planning in the city’s most historic communities….