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Located in the central portion of Little Rock, Arkansas, the Hall High neighborhood is a largely residential area to the west of Pulaski Heights, and the south of Tanglewood. Named for the city's Hall High School, the neighborhood is also widely considered as a part of the greater midtown section of Little Rock. The neighborhood is also home to Catholic High School for Boys (Little Rock, Arkansas).
Though northern and southern boundaries of the neighborhood are less distinct, heavily-traveled Mississippi and University avenues generally are considered as western and eastern boundaries, respectively. H Street and Evergreen Drive are among the busier streets carrying traffic between the two avenues. Homes built in Hall High generally date from years following World War II, contrasting with the more historic Pulaski Heights area.