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Centrally located in Arkansas, Little Rock serves as not only the capital, but also as the primary economic and cultural hub for the state. The city is home to the second-largest campus in the University of Arkansas system, enrolling some 11,000 students. The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences is one of the largest employers in the city, with some 10,000 healthcare professionals.
Little Rock features a wide array of museums, galleries, and performance venues, providing residents with an endless rotating roster of interesting things to see and do. Getting around town is easy even if you don’t want to drive: Little Rock’s streetcar system is used extensively by locals, and the city supports a highly bike-friendly environment. Extensive nature preserves nearby serve as beautiful day-trip getaways, including the massive Ouachita National Forest due west.
Bridge in Little Rock
State Capitol in Little Rock
As of October 2017, the average apartment rent in Little Rock, AR is $822 for a studio, $673 for one bedroom, $811 for two bedrooms, and $1,030 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Little Rock has increased by 0.6% in the past year.
If you want some hearty burgers, try the "Hot Dog" cheeseburger at Arkansas Burger Co., which comes with bacon, grilled onion, and cheese dip. For pizza, you have Layla's Gyros and Pizzeria, or Zaza Fine Salad and Wood Oven Pizza Co. on Kavanaugh Blvd. For great Asian style cooking, you've got Fantastic China, with its romantic atmosphere and modest pricing, or the Sashimi Japanese Steakhouse where you can grab some sushi, sake and steak. Whatever you're after, Little Rock has it. You can wander Downtown and step into any random restaurant, diner or cafe and probably have a pretty great lunch.
Little Rock's buses are provided by the Central Arkansas Transit Authority, and they run a total of 26 regular routes, with more for special events like festivals and so on. These buses are great when you need to get across town and don't have a set of wheels of your own, but if you plan on living in Little Rock for a while, then you may want to consider investing in a vehicle. You can comfortably get by shopping in your own neighborhood for groceries, hanging out at the nearest coffee shop and so on, but now and then you're going to want to visit a friend across town without waiting an hour for the bus to get there. Much of the city is also served by a popular streetcar system, and the community’s roads are generally very bicycle-friendly.
Little Rock, AR Average Rent by Neighborhood
Apartments in Little Rock rent, on average, for $670 per month for a one-bedroom and $790 for a two-bedroom unit. While rent varies, you can expect to pay $700 - $760 per month for a one-bedroom apartment in a higher-end neighborhood like Downtown and Outer Midtown / Hillcrest. In more affordable areas such as Wakefield and Jacksonville/Sherwood, average rent is $500 per month for a one-bedroom apartment.
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