Durham (Triangle), North Carolina
The city of Durham (Durham County) is the home of Duke University and North Carolina Central University (NCCU) - And is a part of the Research Triangle area, as well as, home of the Research Triangle Park (RTP). As of July 2014, the U.S. Census Bureau estimated Durham's population to be 251,893. Durham is rich in diversity, education, technology, medicine, food, culture, entertainment, etc... A Wonderful Place To Work & Live!
"The Bull City" & "The City of Medicine"
Durham, known as both "The Bull City" and "The City of Medicine" has many popular attractions, such as: Durham Bulls Athletic Park; Durham Performance Arts Center (DPAC) – and has become a culinary destination thanks to the many unique restaurants and food trucks in and around the revitalized and growing downtown area.
Triangle Real Estate
Both the potential home owner and investor will find vast opportunities to obtain great homes in Durham - which means those with homes to sell are also in the right place. North Carolina, and specifically Durham, is among the top relocation destinations in the USA – in part thanks to the universities (Duke, UNC & NCCU) and the many technology and medical employment opportunities that abound in the Research Triangle Park and nearby business developments.