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Winston-Salem apartments for rent are home to a thriving city filled with arts, culture and innovation dating back to the 1753 Moravians settlers. After the European settlers established the city of Salem, word spread of the fine craftsmanship one could find in the town. Salem quickly became a well sought after supplier for iron works, pottery, cloth and furniture. As one of the leading trade industries, Salem had a prominent role in producing supplies for the soldiers who fought in the American Revolution and the Civil War. After the Revolutionary War was over, inhabitants established a town north of Salem in honor of Major Joseph Winston. The two towns came together to create a single city in 1913.
If you're looking for a beautiful, temperate place to live, Winston-Salem apartments for rent offer a home that experiences the four seasons without the harsh cold winters many Northern states face.
The Winston-Salem community boasts an active lifestyle thanks to the 3,500 acres of parks and recreation residents have access to. Take a bike ride, walk or run on one of the various park trails and enjoy the beautiful North Carolina backdrop.
The city of Winston-Salem is home to many museums and historical sites, such as the Single Sisters House Museum and the Reynolda House Museum of American Art. Residents enjoy an array of galleries, vineyards, theater productions and entertainment venues located throughout the city. The city values the preservation of music and the arts. In an effort to educate children and residents, the city endorses the Carolina Music Ways group. Catch a show at the Hanesbrands Theatre for traditional and classic entertainment or go to the Winston-Salem Entertainment Sports Complex to enjoy a sports game or to catch a one of a kind concert by A-list music performers.
Winston-Salem is also home to a variety of restaurants and fine dining establishments. Residents have no trouble finding unique delicacies and classic dishes in this town. Enjoy a delicious pizza at the Mellow Mushroom, take a trip back to the old west at the Out West Steakhouse & Saddle Room or if you have a craving for an Irish dish, Finnigan's Wake should hit the spot. Grab a fresh salad, or classic American meal at the Carriage House Restaurant.
Although many residents choose to walk from home to their destination of choice, Winston-Salem offers a public bus transit system for rates that are much lower than other metro areas across the country. In 2013, it only cost $1 per ride.
Winston-Salem apartments for rent are available to low and moderate income families and individuals through the Housing Authority of Winston Salem. The housing authority maintains relationships with core business and real estate development managers to provide an array of housing units for residents in need.
The average cost of living for Winston-Salem residents is approximately 6.6 percent less than the North Carolina state average and 9.9 percent less than the national average. Residents typically pay $3.59 for a gallon of gas, $3.94 for a cup of coffee and $11.99 for pizza, as reported by AreaVibes.
Winston-Salem apartments for rent are situated within a diverse employment market. Manufacturing and logistics are still thriving Winston-Salem industries but have been replaced as the dominant industries by healthcare, life sciences and biotech, finance, and technology.
Top employers of Winston-Salem include Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Novant Health and the Winston-Salem/Forsyth Co. School System.
Students living in Winston-Salem have access to six local post-secondary institutions where they can further their education, including Salem College, Wake Forest University and Forsyth Technical Community College.
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