Living in Raleigh/Durham

This quaint but modern city has something for everyone! Enjoy moderate climates nearly year-round, outdoor activities, shopping, city life, superior education and a growing industry in technological research.

Tucked in the northeastern region of North Carolina, the area is referred to as the “Fall Line” as the elevation here begins to slope eastward toward the Atlantic coast. The landscape is rich with rolling hills, creeks, rivers and waterfalls. With 8 outdoor parks, and 4 greenways, there are plenty of ways to get outdoors and take in the beautiful landscape!

This area is submersed in opportunities for education and employment – specifically in the technical field. Residents have access to superior institutions such as: Kellogg School of Management, UNC Chapel Hill, NCSU, Duke and Central Carolina Community College.

Being in the periphery of the Research Triangle (RTP), we are part of an emerging technology hub! The Research Triangle is largest research park in the United States and is home to hundreds of companies including some of the largest in the technological industry.  If you are looking for a diverse, forward-thinking culture, look no further.

We asked our employees what they liked most about living in Raleigh/Durham. Here’s what they had to say:

“The diversity of living environments that are hubbed around the Research Triangle. You can be to a 10 acre plot in the country or 3 very different urban environments with a short commute”
Duke Gardens is a favorite our ours for a weekend stroll or picnic. Completely free 55 acres of managed botanical and research gardens”
“With a 1-2 hour drive you can be to the ocean or the mountains for a weekend get-away.  Savannah, Charleston, Atlanta, Asheville, Charlotte, Richmond, and Washington DC are all available within 2-5 hours’ drive for a longer weekend away.”


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