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BedroomsAverage RentCheapest RentHighest Rent
Studio Apartments$1,064$400$3,990
1 Bedroom Apartments$810$420$2,880
2 Bedroom Apartments$975$485$3,225
3 Bedroom Apartments$1,274$600$2,800
4+ Bedroom Apartments$1,420$975$2,800

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The most populated city in all of Arkansas, Little Rock is not only a world-famous destination brimming with history but also the proud state capitol. Taking its name from the French term 'le petite rock' after a popular formation along the river, this cultural hub of the Arkansas region has much to offer would-be residents. And the limitless amount of activity for residents along with the options for apartments in Little Rock make Arkansas living a breeze!


The late 1800's saw a mining boom in the Little Rock vicinity, yielding growth in population as well as prominence. Lumber also plays a key role in the city's commerce, and by 1920 Arkansas has become a leading state for cotton crops as well. Little Rock's educational systems expanded to include multiple university branches by the 1950's, and future-president George Clinton is elected Governor in 1978. Large corporations such as Tyson Chicken and Wal-Mart will soon call the growing area home, leading Little Rock to flourish even further into present day.


Known for mild winters that usually offer little in the way of snow accumulation, Little Rock accordingly suffers from hot and humid summers that can stretch well into September. Rainfall is consistent as well, undoubtedly assisting with the lush forests and numerous rivers that dot the city and beyond.

Getting Around

A number of interstate highways crisscross Little Rock, and a majority of residents are car owners. Still, options abound for those looking to use public transportation, as the city offers bus service via Rock Region Metro not to mention an Amtrak rail that stretches as far as Chicago and San Antonio. A streetcar system also makes its way around the downtown Little Rock vicinity, making a great option for those looking to explore the area businesses or for commuting students. An airport also serves flights to almost twenty domestic and international cities.


I-30 and I-40 are the primary interstates that connect north and south Little Rock, and the daily commute is pretty much exactly what one would expect of a city its size - overall reasonable but still slow moving during rush hour commutes. I-630 runs east-west and connects much of the business district within Little Rock, while US-70 runs alongside the city, offering another option for drivers.


The Arkansas Democrat Gazette' boasts the largest newspaper circulation in the city of Little Rock (not to mention the most in the state!), and also publishes the popular 'Arkansas Life'. A number of periodicals cater to the city as well, including 'Inviting Arkansas' and 'Little Rock Life'. Literally dozens of radio stations take to the Little Rock airwaves, from talk and sports (KZTD) to Adult Contemporary and Urban programming (KOKY). NBC, PBS and ABC television affiliates also can be found in the city limits.

Why Here

It's easy to see why so many folks have made life in Little Rock apartments their home. Commonly thought of as the economic and cultural center of Arkansas, Little Rock has a multitude of opportunity befitting a state capitol of its stature. From lush natural beauty to a growing job market, this crown jewel of the 'Land of Opportunity' has been attracting a diverse population for literally centuries.


The Capitol Building is simply a must-see work of architectural mastery, and history buffs will find much to enjoy in the realm of Bill Clinton lore, including the Clinton Presidential Library. The aptly-titled Big Dam Bridge is the longest biking / walking bridge in North America, and Pinnacle State Park draws visitors from all over the state and beyond with its eye-popping natural scenery. The American Taekwondo Association makes its headquarters in Little Rock, as do a number of well-lauded public and private universities. The Pulaski County Courthouse is a marvel of design, instantly recognizable by its grey and red color scheme, and the Museum of Discovery is a fantastic destination for both young and old alike.

Things to do

Little Rock is teeming with hot spots, from one of the oldest water parks in the nation (Willow Springs, dating all the way back to 1928!) to the Little Rock Zoo. Take a walking tour of Quapaw Quarter, where a bevy of historic homesteads bring the past to life, or get orchestral at the Robinson Center Music Hall. The Community Theater of Arkansas has been bringing drama to the stage since the 1950's, and ballet, opera and more can be found easily within the downtown Little Rock scene. World class eateries and nightclubs also abound, from the classic improv comedy theater The Joint to the bluegrass-inspired live music mecca the Whitewater Tavern. The Old State House Museum is the perfect way to spend a rainy afternoon, but be sure and visit the Arkansas Arboretum once the clouds move away.


The Wildwood Park for the Arts acts as home to a rotating and consistent assortment of food and music festivals all summer long in Little Rock, while Riverfest brings together popular touring acts such as the Flaming Lips and Parliament-Funkadelic each year. The International Greek Food Festival happens each May, and the Little Rock Film Festival has been a consistently popular event with cinemaphiles.

Vacation spots

For those looking to stay relatively close to home, Arkansas still holds plenty of vacation options. Head to the steamy, relaxing waters of Hot Springs, or dance the night away at the college club scene of Fayetteville. Camping and lake fun are also constant options for Arkansas natives, although the excitement of rock-n-roll cities such as Nashville and Memphis are also just a short drive away. Tulsa and its numerous breweries and shopping options makes for a fun weekend getaway, or hop on board the Little Rock Amtrak and ride the rails all the way to the Windy City excitement of Chicago for some deep dish pizza and a Cubs game.

Where to move

Little Rock is comprised of a large number of distinct neighborhoods many of which with great options for Little Rock apartments. Apple Gate and Candlewood are very popular among families. Many students flock to the University District, while those eager to have close proximity to the center of the city often live near The Heights or Colony West. Wherever you choose to hang your hat, one thing is for certain - there's nothing quite like living in Little Rock!


Centrally located in the heart of Arkansas, Little Rock apartments put residents in the middle of all the state has to offer. From world-famous hospitality to charming and unique boutiques and eateries, this is one southern city that truly has it all.

Whether you're new to the Arkansas scene or a lifelong resident, we want to be your go-to source for Little Rock apartment listings. Let us help you with your rental search, and discover a world of Little Rock, AR details at your fingertips.

From small, eclectic boutiques with one-of-a-kind treasures to the candlelight romantic dinner ambiance of Ashley's at the Capital, Little Rock apartments have plenty to offer in the realm of exciting excursions. Take a short drive to the Gator Park Water Park, or spend an afternoon throwing the frisbee around one of the many scenic parks that line the downtown scene.

So don't let another moment pass you by without discovering the joys of Arkansas living first hand! Narrow your Little Rock apartment search by examining our extensive listings, and find yourself a new Arkansas zip code to call your own without further delay!

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13111 W Markham St Little Rock, AR 72211

1 to 3 bedrooms $518 to $1,301

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