Finding an Apartment for Rent in North Little Rock, AR
Just across the Arkansas River from Little Rock, the aptly named North Little Rock is a little smaller than Little Rock, but hardly tiny, at around 62,304 people over 47 square miles. North Little Rock helps to make up the six-county Little Rock–North Little Rock–Conway Metropolitan Statistical Area, with an estimated population of close to a million people. Though not exactly a small town, North Little Rock does have a more laid back, towny vibe than the big city of Little Rock across the river. North Little Rock puts you in proximity to the city, but with lower rent, slightly fewer people per square mile, and a little less noise and hustle and bustle. North Little Rock is smaller than Little Rock, which generally means lower rent prices but also means fewer apartments for rent.
Top Neighborhoods in North Little Rock, AR
Right near the McCain Mall you'll find Lakewood, a really beautiful little neighborhood with lakes and greenery. You'll find a lot of pricey homes here, but there are some affordable apartments, as well. You really can't beat the scenery if you're going to live in North Little Rock. Another great neighborhood would be Park Hill. Urban areas are losing their identity these days, with modern architecture and a McDonalds on every block, but Park Hill features beautiful WWII era homes and some pleasant tree-shaded sidewalks.
Cultural Attractions in North Little Rock, AR
Little Rockers often come out to North Little Rock to take in a game at the Dickey-Stephens Park. The park is home to the Arkansas Travelers. The stadium holds around 5,288 people, and was actually funded in part by a small temporary tax increase of 1%, which was passed by majority vote in 2005. Obviously, the bill had its share of opponents, but the majority of North Little Rockers felt that the tax increase would pay dividends in the future. The Verizon Arena is another great attraction, drawing musicians and performing artists from around the world.
Transportation Options in North Little Rock, AR
Being right across the river from Little Rock, and being home to major cultural attractions like the Dickey-Stephens Park, has plenty of advantages. Getting around in North Little Rock is pretty easy. The bus systems are handled by the Central Arkansas Transit Authority (CAT), operating seven days a week all throughout the greater metro area. The only downside is that longer trips may require heading to the stations in Little Rock for transfer. You'll get around much more quickly if you own a vehicle, but the bottom line is that you don't need to. CAT will get you just about anywhere you want to go.
Dining in North Little Rock, AR
You're in Arkansas. That means you're going to get some of the very best soul food, homestyle cooking, barbecue and Southern cuisine in the world. Mr. Bell's Soul Food on Lynch Dr. is a great place to visit for some comfort food, and Whole Hog on Warden Rd. serves some of the best pork you'll have in your life. Remember that you're also in proximity to Little Rock, which is home to some world famous restaurants like Ashley's and Arthur's Prime Steakhouse. Arkansas is big on meat. We love steak, pork, chicken and seafood, but the Little Rock River Market in downtown Little Rock will hook you up with some fresh produce from the area if you're looking for something a little greener.
North Little Rock is simply a great place to be if you want to live in proximity to the city, just not right in the heart of it. NLR combines the peace and quiet of a town with the convenience of a city.View Apartments in North Little Rock, Arkansas
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