From Quaint Quiet to Modern Metropolis… And Everything In Between
Towering old oaks and charming historic homes. Glistening skyscrapers and posh downtown apartments. Acres of lush green parkland and jam-packed downtown events. Top-rated schools and an abundance of high-paying and diverse career opportunities. Raleigh is truly a city that has it all, from quaint and quiet to modern and thriving… and everything in between. For those seeking a city that lacks for nothing, there is no better place than Raleigh.
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Why Do Residents Love Raleigh?
A Little Taste of Everything
Lush parks, thriving downtown, a wealth of business opportunities, affordable housing… whatever you seek, you’ll find it in Raleigh! Whether you want bustling downtown nightlife or serene wooded neighborhood streets, high-tech business opportunities or a stellar educational system, luxurious new homes or beautiful historic architecture, Raleigh is undoubtedly the place to find it. Low unemployment, plenty of opportunity, top-rated schools, affordable homes, exciting entertainment, and acres of lush parkland are just a few of the reasons residents love Raleigh!
A Top City for Employment
Access to three major universities and the Research Triangle Park means a highly qualified workforce, and abundance of diverse employment opportunities. It’s not hard to see why Forbes List named Raleigh the #2 City for Business and Careers, and why Raleigh’s unemployment rate sits well below the national average at just 4.2%. Top industries in Raleigh include technology, healthcare, and education. Top companies include Cisco, Rex Healthcare, SAS Institute, GlaxoSmithKline, Duke Energy, RTI International, Lenovo, and Verizon.
What's in Raleigh?
Population (2014): 439,896
Population Change Since 2000: +59.3%
Mean Home Prices (2013): $256,881
Population Density: 3,839 ppl/sq mi
Major Highways: I-40, I-440, I-540, Hwy 64
Shopping: Crabtree Valley Mall, North Hills, Cameron Village
Nightlife & Dining: 5 distinct downtown districts
Art & Performance: Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, NC State Theatre, Raleigh Convention Center
Sports: Carolina Hurricanes NHL Hockey, NC State Basketball, NC State Football
Parks & Outdoors: William B. Umstead State Park, NC State Fair
District: Wake County Public Schools
Elementary: 106 schools
Middle: 33 schools
High: 25 schools
Alternative: 4 schools
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