Living in Downtown Raleigh
If you haven’t been to downtown Raleigh lately you’ll be pleasantly surprised with all the great restaurants, shopping, clubs and more that downtown Raleigh has to offer. With so many new housing options in downtown Raleigh, the City has become more than just a place to work.
Like many downtown areas across the country, Raleigh also saw the mass migration to the suburbs that changed the downtown Raleigh landscape over the years. For some time the downtown Raleigh area served only as a place of business for government offices and a few companies. Nightlife was non existent.
Now the trend for urbanization in many areas has brought a new life to downtown Raleigh. Many new companies like Red Hat and Citrix are bringing new jobs to the area and along with these new jobs comes a need for restaurants and other urban living conveniences. Check out downtown Raleigh’s WalkScore!
There’s a vibrant art scene in downtown Raleigh. The First Friday Gallery Walk is a must do! Grab a bite to eat at one of the many fabulous restaurants and tour Galleries, listen to great music, see street performers and mingle with your friends as you stroll up and down the streets of downtown Raleigh. Stop by our office at 15 E. Martin St and say hi.
Moore Square, one of the best places to be for First Friday, offers a wide variety of restaurants walking distance also to Fayetteville Street where you will find many more exciting restaurants and bars. The City Market Produce stand in Moore Square is the best place to get fresh produce in downtown Raleigh.
Other dining Options in downtown Raleigh include restaurants on Glenwood South, Oakwood area and the Warehouse District. We live and work in downtown Raleigh so we eat out often and love trying new places.
Are you dreaming of living in a place where you walk to your favorite restaurants, pop in for a drink and visit friends at the trendiest local nightspot? If so, we are here to help you find the best spot in downtown Raleigh to call home.
Inside the Beltline, as locals refer to the area, encompasses those neighborhoods within the inner loop of I440. Neighborhoods Inside the Beltline are all unique in their own way. Some are steeped in history, some have undergone a revitalization in recent years including new condo high-rise buildings and master planned developments, and some are established residential areas with traditional homes. Many neighborhoods Inside the Betline are walkable to local shops and restaurants. The most walkable neighborhoods are closer to downtown and within proximity of Five Points, Glenwood South and North Hills.
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