Little Haifa or New Preston St. are the two nicknames for a large Jewish neighborhood on Dutchman's Lane in Louisville, Kentucky. The small neighborhood is the center of Louisville's Jewish communities, especially the Orthodox Jewish community. Located between the Highlands and St. Matthews neighborhoods, Little Haifa/New Preston is located on Dutchman's Lane stretching from Abigail Drive through Almara Circle, Vivian Lane, and Woodluck Avenue. It is home to Louisville's Jewish Community Center, Shalom Towers, Jewish Family & Vocational Services, Anshei Sfard & The Chabad House. Additionally, it is within close proximity to Adath Jeshuran and Kenneseth Israel Synagogues. Almara Circle, Vivian Lane, Woodluck Avenue serve as the residential zone for most Jewish homeowners in the area, while most Jewish renters are located in Dutchman's Lane and Abigail Drive. There are also several houses and apartment buildings owned by synagogues and/or members of the Jewish community, that are used as housing for elderly, disabled, and financially unstable community members. Due to the high concentration of Jewish residents in this 1/4 mile stretch of area, the neighborhood is a very tight knit community.