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Apex is known as the "Peak of Good Living," and it's easy to see why. A hip and trendy downtown, lots of local history, beautiful parks, and bustling shopping centers are a few of many reasons why Apex was named the "#1 Best Place to Live in America."
Cary is like a little sister to Raleigh in that it has professional sports leagues, wonderful performing arts venues, beautiful parks and green spaces, arts and cultural events and so much more. You can see why people love living in Cary!
Chapel Hill was formed to support the nation's oldest university (the University of North Carolina), but it's so much more than a college town. Today, Chapel Hill is a hub of high-tech companies and healthcare.
Clayton is known for its laid-back lifestyle, beautiful downtown and top employers like Grifols and Caterpillar. It's also close to all the amenities of Raleigh!
Two downtowns, quick access to RTP and Raleigh, a small-town vibe and plenty of new construction homes make Fuquay-Varina a wonderful place to live.
Garner has grown tremendously over the past few decades, but residents can still enjoy its hometown way of life.
Settlers first flocked to the area to take advantage of the fresh spring waters. Today, Holly Springs has become a sought-after place to live because of its convenience to Research Triangle Park, excellent parks and plenty of new developments.
Like many communities in the Triangle, Knightdale grew up as a railroad town and flourished with the development of I-540 and Research Triangle Park.
Thanks to Lenovo and Research Triangle Park, Morrisville grew from a small railroad town just a few decades ago to a thriving high-tech community.
Rich in tradition and history, modern in technology and advancements, showing a bit of suaveness with its cool style and offering delectable foods and craft beers, Raleigh has something to offer for everyone.
Nestled amid working farms and residential neighborhoods, Rolesville is a small-town close to all the amenities of Raleigh, Wake Forest and the entire Triangle area.
While no longer home to Wake Forest University (it relocated to Winston-Salem in the 1950s), Wake Forest still offers world-class education and a great location in the Triangle.