Cathedral Park Apartments

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Originally built as a cathedal and now an apartment complex, the Cathedral Park Apartments are rumored to be haunted. Witnesses have reported seeing a column of smoke that appeared out of nowhere.

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1500 Center Street
Little Rock, AR
United States

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34.734528, -92.27580799999998
Pulaski County, Arkansas
Nearest Towns:
Little Rock, AR (1.1 mi.)
North Little Rock, AR (2.5 mi.)
College Station, AR (3.6 mi.)
Sweet Home, AR (3.8 mi.)
Cammack Village, AR (5.1 mi.)
Sherwood, AR (6.3 mi.)
McAlmont, AR (7.4 mi.)
Landmark, AR (8.9 mi.)
Wrightsville, AR (9.7 mi.)
Shannon Hills, AR (10.4 mi.)


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  1. The Little Rock church at 15th & Center was built in 1889. For its first thirty years it was home to the Winfield Methodist congregation. In 1919 it was purchased by the town’s growing Greek Orthodox community and became the home to the Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church until 1983, at which time, like Winfield and many others, the congregation moved westward. The building was then converted to apartments. The original slate roof was replaced with shingles in 1991.

    • Sarah thanks for the great info. I am from Little Rock and couldnt really find much out about the building, other than it was used by a Methodist Congregation.

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