With a variety of walkable neighborhoods, Durham, NC is the Triangle's most up and coming city with a thriving foodie culture, arts scene, and university presence. Home to the Durham Bulls baseball team, a vibrant entrepreneurial innovation hub, and the historic Black Wall Street, Durham holds a place of pride for all its inhabitants.
Eclectic with its history of tobacco combined with urban renewal, Downtown features many lofts and converted warehouses, anchored by the American Tobacco Campus and Durham Bulls ball park.
Located north of Downtown Durham and incorporating the infamous East Duke Campus, the Trinity Park area features old bungalows and some multi-family housing.
Adjacent to the School of Science and Math, you'll find renovated bungalows and a friendly park.
Located southwest of Downtown, the Lakewood Shopping is famous for the Scrap Exchange, and on the other boundary is Foster's Market. Tuscaloosa/Lakewood is a great neighborhood of diverse housing.
Once a suburb, Forest Hills is now in the center of it all, anchored by Forest Hills Park. Minutes to Downtown Durham, enjoy a large lot with mature trees and fast access to entertainment.
Anchored by the popular Rockwood Park, you'll find a range of styles of homes here on larger lots.
Southpoint Mall is a destination for many, and there is a lot of new construction popping up nearby. Easy commute to RTP with fast access to many restaurants/shops and the American Tobacco Trail.
Great for those who want a little more space in an established neighborhood while still being a short distance from shopping and restaurants.