Live in Conway, AR!
Finding a new apartment can be a serious undertaking. Researching, scheduling viewings, attending walkthroughs and negotiating leases – it’s an arduous process. But it’s a process you don’t have to go through on your own. Apartment Hunters will find the apartments so you don’t have to. Just tell us what your ideal apartment and community looks like and then view the options we hand select for you!
How Does Apartment Hunters Work in Conway?
Once you’ve begun your hunt for a new apartment in Conway, all you have to do is contact one of our Relocation Experts and we’ll start working to find you the perfect apartment to call home. We’ll schedule a time to sit and talk about your wants and needs in a living space and just get to know you a little better. A few things you might want to be prepared to talk about:
- What amenities you have on your checklist (a washer/dryer, pool, a tub, new floor, etc.)
- What type of floor plan you prefer
- What your timeframe looks like
- What your budget range is
Once we have a sense of your must-haves and preferred style, we’ll line up some options for you to view! Our Relocation Experts use a state-of-the-art database that utilizes and prioritizes all of the latest move-in specials and employer discounts. It also sorts by most recent availability – which means you get to view apartments that aren’t even publicly listed yet! That certainly ups the odds that an apartment you love won’t get snatched out from underneath you.
Once we’ve narrowed it down to our top options for you, we’ll drive you to the viewing and walk you through the apartment ourselves. No worrying about getting lost, no awkwardly waiting for us outside the apartment, no accidentally walking into the wrong building – we’re with you every step of the way. We want to make sure your apartment hunting experience is as pleasant as possible, so we offer this complimentary service to all of our clients.
Conway is a town of about 65,000 people in Central Arkansas. About 20 minutes north of Little Rock, it’s a part of Faulkner County and offers and dense, suburban feel. Many people commute to the capitol from Conway, but there are plenty of businesses and industries to sustain it in its own right. It combines the amenities of a booming metropolis with a cozy, small-town southern feel.
Things To Do in Conway
Conway has grown tremendously over the past decade and is home to many parks, restaurants, galleries, and entertainment venues. No matter what kind of recreation you’re looking for, you’ll be satisfied with what Conway has to offer.
Cadron Settlement Park
Cadron Settlement Park spans over 150 acres and is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places because it used to function as a French trading post. It was converted into a public park in 1979 and has been providing an attractive, safe, family-friendly environment for Conway’s residents and visitors ever since. There are miles of hiking trails, a lake you can boat on, pavilions and designated picnic areas, and a reconstructed blockhouse you can tour. And don’t miss out on the historical mural of the area’s original pioneer settlement!
Baum Gallery at UCA
The Baum Gallery at the University of Central Arkansas houses works from national and local artists alike. The original exhibits have been carefully curated and there are both permanent and rotating installations. Come learn about the history, the artists, the studio process and creation, and the cultural context of the art pieces on display. The Baum Gallery is also home to the “The Big Naturals” sculpture exhibit by Patrick Dougherty. It’s the only Dougherty installation in Arkansas and is one of the gallery’s most popular exhibits.
Mike’s Place is an institution in Conway and once you eat there, you’ll understand why. Locals and regulars rave about the prime rib and coconut shrimp. The restaurant is community-oriented and known for its “family gathering” atmosphere. They serve a variety of fresh chicken, pasta and seafood entrees – sure to please even the pickiest eaters in your family.
The Pasta Grill
Founded in 1994, The Pasta Grill offers authentic Italian cuisine in an intimate atmosphere. Award-winning chef John Purtscher turns out dishes that delight and bring you back for more. This is the perfect spot for a date night, a special occasion or a “treat yourself” evening out. If you’re feeling adventurous, try the Cajun-infused creations like the jambalaya pasta – you won’t be sorry.
Hogwild Family Fun Center
The Hogwild Family Fun Center opened in 2008 and has been entertaining Conway’s residents ever since. It’s a family-friendly atmosphere and a never-ending stream of activities to keep you and the kids occupied. Go-karts, laser tag, bumper cars, a laser maze, mini-golf, and an arcade (with over a hundred modern and classic games) – the list goes on and on! And did we mention the inflatable bouncy course for the kids?
Share the Love Kidsclub
Share the Love Kidsclub is 3,000 square feet of an exploratory interactive learning environment. The indoor space is filled with activities meant to enrich a child’s cognitive, social, emotional, creative and physical skills. Kids engage in sensory and imaginary play with their peers in a way that stimulates their minds (and wears them out for naptime!). The Kidsclub has an ongoing schedule of classes and events throughout the year that you and your child can sign up for, like:
- Music Together
- The Slime Lab
- Ball Bash
- The Kidsclub Magic Show
And for the adults, there’s a Zeteo coffee shop to relax in while the kiddos play.
If you’re looking for an apartment in Conway, AR, make an appointment with one of our relocation experts and we’ll walk you through the Apartment Hunters process. Let us help you find your new home!
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