Heights & Hillcrest 2010 

A Neighborhood Guide

It all started with a streetcar line

Red Mango
New kid on the block serving up delicious parfaits

Sushi Cafe
Artfully prepared entrees are just the beginning

The little jewel box in the Heights

Sissy's Log Cabin
Three generations of fine jewelry

Go! Running
Shoes, clothing and advice to get you moving

Neighborhood restaurant where everybody knows your name

Heights Merchants Association
Organization moves group forward

An investment in tradition

Calvary Baptist Church
Growing needs prompt expansion

Hillcrest Animal Clinic
Pets are in good hands

The Full Moon
Dazzling, delightful neighborhood shop

Oyster Bar
Celebrates 35 years

Leo's Greek Castle
Ethnic fare adds diversity to neighborhood offerings

Grocery Paradise
Local grocers and national chains have residents covered

River City Tea, Coffee And Cream
Owner sweet on second career

Tipton Hurst
Celebrates 125 years of floral expertise

Neighborhood Real Estate
Highly desired areas steeped in history

Our Schools
Education is a top priority (download in PDF format)

Local Banking
Community involvement important to neighborhood banks

St. Vincent
Hospital moving forward with innovation, technological advances

War Memorial Stadium
A makeover for the seasoned stadium

UAMS Cancer Center
Encouraging collaboration and creating a more soothing treatment atmosphere

Target Midtown
Anchor serves as key to revitalization efforts

New At The Zoo
Penguin proves to be popular star

Area loaded with bright green spaces

From art to fashion to design, the area offers it all

Great food, friendly service and diverse menus


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