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Timeless charm meets cutting-edge science in one of the South’s most exciting cities.

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  • Sports
  • Hockey
  • Affordable
  • Technology
  • Nature
  • Outdoors
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  • Public Transportation
  • Bike-Friendly
  • Amtrak

The capital of North Carolina and one of the points on the Research Triangle, Raleigh offers access to amenities and employment opportunities not found in other parts of the state. The local economy has long been on the cutting edge, with thriving science and technology jobs in the Research Triangle and a growing community of entrepreneurs in the city; in fact, “Forbes” magazine has consistently placed Raleigh high on its list of best places for businesses and careers.

Located only a couple of hours from the mountains and the ocean, Raleigh is a centrally located city that has been experiencing a population boom for the past decade. Dubbed the "Smithsonian of the South," Raleigh offers more than 40 free attractions and museums to keep you steeped in culture. There are museums of art, history, and technology, plus a children’s museum for younger patrons. The Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts is a massive multi-stage venue that hosts the North Carolina Symphony, the Carolina Ballet, and a variety of other productions throughout the year.

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The North Carolina Governor's Mansion was built in 1883

The evening cityscape

Rent Trends

As of August 2018, the average apartment rent in Raleigh, NC is $749 for a studio, $986 for one bedroom, $1,054 for two bedrooms, and $1,191 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Raleigh has increased by 3.1% in the past year.

Beds Avg Sq Ft Avg Rent
Studio 440 $749
1 BR 746 $986
2 BR 1,014 $1,054
3 BR 1,270 $1,191


45 Walk Score® Car-Dependent
37 Transit Score® Some Transit
48 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

Living in Raleigh

  • Shopping

    The three main shopping malls in Raleigh are North Hills, Crabtree Valley, and Triangle Town Center. These malls are located in the northern part of the city along the I-440 and I-540 beltways. As described above, North Hills is a mixed use development with a very walkable open-air mall. Crabtree Valley and Triangle Town are more traditional malls with two floors of indoor shopping surrounded by a few free-standing shops.

    Outside of shopping malls, there are a number of areas where stores have clustered together. Cameron Village and Brier Creek are just two of these venues. Additionally, the downtown area has a number of local boutique shops that offer a unique selection.


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Condos for Rent in Raleigh, NC

A house seems like too much for you, but an apartment isn’t enough. Searching for condos in Raleigh, NC is the perfect compromise between a house and an apartment. Your new condo rental will give you just enough space to make your home in the city. With hundreds of thousands of currently available rentals, you’ve come to the right place to find your next Raleigh condo at Click on any one of these 76 available condos for rent in Raleigh to get information about neighborhoods, on-site amenities, services, nearby transit, and more. Let help you find the perfect condo near Raleigh. Once you’ve found your dream home, all there is left to do is pack up and move!

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