Quality of life should be woven into the fabric of the neighborhood – that’s our philosophy.
Situated in the heart of Conway, Arkansas, The Village at Hendrix blends Southern heritage with thoughtful neighborhood planning. It recalls the historic values of beautiful architecture, scenic grace, central marketplaces, welcoming outdoor spaces, and friendly local shops and restaurants. It brings residential homes, commercial amenities, parks, and trails together naturally and elegantly with a commitment to green building principles. In short, it merges the best of yesterday and today, while ever mindful of tomorrow.
This vibrant community welcomes people of all ages and backgrounds with a dynamic living experience set against the backdrop of a thriving college town. This is the place for people who prize a sense of place, who treasure the concept of neighborhood.
7th Best Value City for 2011, Kiplinger9th Place Within Single Digit Percentage Points of Its Home-Value Peak, The Wall Street Journal14th Best City for Young Professionals, Forbes14th Cheapest City in the U.S., Bloomberg Business week24th Best Place to Retire, CNN Money100 Leading Locations: Desirable Places for Doing Business, Area Development Online
Look Who's Talking About The Village
out the new sky line views of The Village at Hendrix! - aerial video 1; aerial video 2
New Urbanism: Classic Concepts for New Communities, April 2014.
The Hendrix Creek Preserve is expanding. See the full story at Arkansas Online, November 2012.
The Fly Fishing Film Festival came to The Village at Hendrix. See the story on page 32 in Conway's icon Magazine, November 2012.
named "Green Trailblazers on page 58 in AY Magazine's 2012 Guide
to Green issue, April 2012.
Hendrix Creek Preserve and
green initiatives highlighted on page 34 in City & Town Magazine, April 2012.
The Siegel's Village kitchen highlighted in AT HOME in Arkansas Magazine, March 2012.
Village resident Patsy Newton and her home featured in 501 Life Magazine, December 2011.
Hendrix College to receive $122,640 in federal grant money toward completing a walking trail at the Hendrix Creek Preserve, September 2011.
Hendrix College receives Metropolitan Leadership Award, 2011.
Learn more about Conway and see The Village Highlights in AY Magazine's Conway feature, spring 2010.
Charter Resident Pattie Howse talks about "falling in love" with The Village in 501 Life Magazine, February 2010.
1600 Washington Ave
Conway, AR 72032