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Elegantly Upgraded Apartment Homes...Pet friendly...24-Hour State-of-the-Art Fitness Center!
Greensboro NC, 27410
Discover Greensboro's Hidden Treasure! Visit LeMan's at Lawndale. Each distinctive apartment features a private patio or balcony, fully equipped kitchens, and the year round comfort of central heat and air conditioning. A spacious pool with a large sun deck assures summertime enjoyment.
Greensboro NC, 27408
Just Minutes From Downtown...Convenient to Schools, Shopping, Doctors and Moses Cone Hospital.
Greensboro NC, 27408
York Towne is a wonderful community that offers spacious homes at a very reasonable price.
Greensboro NC, 27406
Beautiful Wooded Setting Situated Alone Woodlea Lake...Minutes from Downtown, Highways, 220 South, 421 South, 29 North, I-85 and I-40...Large Pool and Wading Pool, Lighted Tennis Court
Greensboro NC, 27406
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Overview of Greensboro
The third largest city in North Carolina and historic seat of Guilford County, Greensboro is the anchor of the state’s Triad region and the busy home to multiple college campuses. Traditionally a hub for the state’s well-known textile, tobacco and furniture industries, today’s Greensboro is a modern, urban destination for business, entertainment and education, filled with guitar-toting, lab coat-wearing students and local entrepreneurs.
People looking for Greensboro apartments for rent will enjoy the city’s approachability and its longstanding legacy as one of North Carolina’s most important urban centers.
Living in Greensboro, NC
Named for Revolutionary War general Nathaniel Greene, who led American troops at the local battle of Guilford Courthouse, Greensboro was founded in 1808 as the seat of Guilford County. An early home for textile manufacturing, Greensboro also grew into a significant railroad stop and established itself as one of the state’s major cities and light industrial centers in the period following the Civil War and leading into the 20th century. Five colleges and universities founded in the 19th century - Guilford College, Greensboro College, Bennett College, UNC Greensboro and North Carolina A&T - also helped build the community.
An important landmark for the Civil Rights movement of the 1960s, Greensboro has always been a city marked by civic engagement. It remains an important center for local government, as well as a gathering point for organizations drawn to its convention facilities.
Today, around 270,000 people live in Greensboro, including a large student population. Downtown Greensboro is full of exciting entertainment options, and people looking for Greensboro rentals will find an affordable, dynamic city at their fingertips.
Greensboro Work and Study
With two state universities offering undergraduate and advanced degrees, three private colleges, the Elon University School of Law and Guilford Technical Community College, Greensboro is full of options for education, a fact that helps drive the city’s culture.
Education is a major career sector in Greensboro, along with local government and health care. A number of financial and banking companies, including Bank of America and American Express, have large presences in the city, and manufacturing still provides a consistent source of employment for many residents.
Rentals in Greensboro, NC and Cost of Living
The large student population has created a healthy supply of rental housing, and finding an affordable apartment in Greensboro is entirely manageable. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the median gross rent between 2006 and 2010 was $717, and additional research shows one bedrooms range in price from $395 to $900 per month.
Greensboro Attractions and Special Events
Greensboro has had a lively, dramatic history, and local attractions such as the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park and the International Civil Rights Center and Museum downtown offer ways to learn about the area’s past. Seekers of more contemporary fun might also be drawn to the city’s lively arts and music scenes. The strong student presence helps support a rich downtown area with trendy shops, upscale restaurants that capitalize upon easy access to local agriculture, and many classic Southern dining options. Outside of downtown, the Greensboro Coliseum and its surrounding facilities draw a wide range of major touring concerts and attractions.
Home to the headquarters of the Atlantic Coast Conference, Greensboro is a hub for sports and recreation enthusiasts. The Greensboro Coliseum frequently hosts the ACC men’s and women’s basketball tournaments, as well as NCAA basketball tournament games. UNCG and NC A&T both boast Division I sports programs, and fans can also check out the Greensboro Grasshoppers, a Class A minor league baseball team.
The city’s many parks and recreation facilities welcome athletes of all skill levels, and the largest water park in the Carolinas, Wet n’ Wild Emerald Pointe, provides a more refreshing active diversion.
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