History and charm are found in equal measure ITB. Each district and neighborhood offers the best in art, entertainment, nightlife, architecture, and sense of community in their own unique way. All are bound together by a commitment to preserving the historic look and feel of a Southern city - albeit one that has fully embraced the 21st century.

Young, single, and upwardly-mobile? Find a modern condo in the Warehouse district - perhaps at the new genre-redefining Dillon Raleigh - and spend your nights exploring the nightlife in Glenwood South. Looking to raise a family? Take your pick from the classic Victorian estates of Oakwood, or the eclectic architectural styles in Cameron Park. No matter where you end up, you’ll enjoy Wake County’s highly rated public school system, and a lifestyle that truly offers something for everyone.


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