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    The Community

    The Village took shape under the expert direction of Duany Plater-Zyberk & Company, the leading urban planning group that brought to life award-winning communities such as Seaside, Florida. Designed in the concept of “new urbanism,” The Village embraces the time-tested principles that are the hallmarks of the most beloved and enduring places in the world.

    Here at The Village, all aspects of modern living come together: work, rest, recharge, play, learn, grow. The neighborhood offers a mix of residential options along with shops, offices, artist studios, restaurants, and a wide assortment of amenities in a walkable community. This is not suburbia; it’s not traffic; it’s not sprawl. It’s a re-imagined vision of the traditional American town, as towns were meant to be.

    Click on the points on the map for more information about places of interest at The Village at Hendrix and our neighbor, Hendrix College.

    A: Founders Row

    Founders Row

    Founders Row is home to the first homes and flex townhouse in The Village at Hendrix.

    B: Southwestern Energy Company

    Southwestern Energy Company

    The Village at Hendrix is proud to welcome our first corporate offices to our community. Southwestern Energy Co., the company credited with the Fayetteville shale discovery, is our neighbor at the north end of the property. Their 100,000 square-foot LEED Gold facility employees approximately 400 scientists, engineers and accountants.

    C: Hendrix Creek Preserve

    Hendrix Creek Preserve

    The restoration of the Hendrix Creek Preserve (HCP) has created an 18-acre multifunctional environment in the form of a conservation easement. The primary purpose of the HCP is to provide storm water management to prevent flooding within a 500-acre watershed area within the City of Conway. Through selective plantings and controlled stream flows, water leaves the environment cleaner than when it enters. The Watershed also collects and retains storm events to recharge the local aquifers.In addition, the HCP redirects and improves an existing, overburdened stream to create a natural public recreation area that is a cornerstone to Hendrix Village's sustainable community development. The series of trails and boardwalks that wind through the HCP provide a tranquil place for public recreation. The handmade playground and stage are a fun, safe place for children to play. The constructed wetlands in the Watershed promote nesting places for migratory birds and waterfowl; and the improved habitat functions as an outdoor classroom to encourage the study of the natural systems inherent in the HCP.

    D: Market Square

    Market Square

    Come hungry and ready for fun when you visit Market Square. It's home to some of Conway's best eateries and shops. In the green space at the center of the market, you'll find students frolicking on the grass, families picnicking, and the occasional Frisbee game (after a famous Green Cart Deli Warrior Dog, of course). Large events like the Silver Moon Cinema, Conway Symphony Orchestra concerts, and performances from the Arkansas Shakespeare Theatre are hosted here as well. We're always open to new ideas for events on the green!

    E: Wellness & Athletics Center

    Wellness & Athletics Center

    Exercising mind and body is a Hendrix tradition.  Our 100,000 square-foot facility serves as the hub for all Hendrix College athletics, fitness and wellness programs, and intramural/outdoor sports, in addition to being home to the Kinesiology Department. The WAC is available for use by Hendrix students, faculty, staff, alumni, retirees, and the community. Residents of The Village at Hendrix can enjoy this spectacular facility -- just steps away from their front doors -- and will receive a special discounted membership.

    F: Harmonic Fugue & Grotto

    Harmonic Fugue & Grotto

    The Grotto, the passage beneath Harkrider Avenue, connects the Hendrix College campus to the Wellness and Athletics Center and The Village at Hendrix. The Grotto features “Harmonic Fugue,” a unique artistic work of motion-activated light and sounds, many of which are indigenous to Arkansas. The installation was created by Boston-based artist, architect, and composer, Christopher Janney.

    G: Pedestrian Overpass

    Pedestrian Overpass

    Walkability and safety are important factors in a successful community. You'll find that here with two ways to cross Harkrider street from The Village to the heart of the Hendrix campus. (A red light at the end of the bridge lets pedestrians know if one of the Hendrix Physical Plant vehicles is on the way.)

    H: Student Life & Technology Center

    Student Life & Technology Center

    The Student Life and Technology Center is the hub of life on the Hendrix campus. Housing Student Affairs and the majority of its departments, the building serves as a one-stop shop for most student services. You'll find the award-winning cafeteria on the second floor. It's open to the community, so feel free to stop in for a delicious meal, and say hello to Mimi, Miss Martha, and the crew when you're there.

    I: Bailey Library

    Bailey Library

    Hendrix College's Bailey Library houses more than 220,000 volumes, over 17,000 electronic full-text periodical titles, electronic databases, periodical subscriptions, and numerous electronic journals. You'll also find the archives for the Arkansas United Methodist Church. Visit often to take advantage of this tremendous resource!

    J: Cabe Theatre

    Cabe Theatre

    There are bountiful, free events to be found on the Hendrix campus. Don't miss the theatrical performances at Cabe Theatre, an intimate setting designed to play to the crowd.

    K: Staples Auditorium & Greene Chapel

    Staples Auditorium & Greene Chapel

    Staples Auditorium offers seating for 820 guests and is the site for events including film showings, musical performances, and guest lectures. Greene Chapel is connected to the auditorium and seats 300 for religious life services, weddings, and the beloved Candlelight Carol Service. While you're there, take time to appreciate the 14 needlepoint kneeling cushions created by Hendrix College alumni and friends.