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Overview of Greenville

As one of the fastest growing cities in North Carolina, Greenville provides residents with pleasant summer temperatures and mild winters. When looking for Greenville apartments for rent you will find that the city provides a great historical community for both singles and families. An abundance of local parks bring plenty of opportunities to enjoy the local weather and your friendly neighbors.

Living in Greenville

You can get around town from Greenville apartments for rent to East Carolina University by way of the 3.5-mile trail that links the city's parks together. This is the perfect spot for a morning jog or afternoon bike ride. You'll also find ample fishing, hiking and boating throughout the city. At the Magnolia Arts Center you will enjoy festivals year round, such as the BluMoon Film Festival.

Greenville apartments for rent are enriched through the Neighborhood Improvement Grant and programs that promote community gardens. The city has designated different departments that are dedicated to making the citizens' voices heard. They are able to bring concerns and ideas from people throughout different neighborhoods to the city council's attention.

Greenville Apartments and Cost of Living

Residents of Greenville apartments will enjoy a cost of living that is 0.6 percent and 4.1 percent less expensive than the North Carolina and national averages. The national average cost of gas is 1.4 percent greater than the average in Greenville. You will also find that the average cost for pizza and an espresso beverage are less expensive in the city.

The Housing Authority of the City of Greenville has been providing area residents with low income housing options since 1961. Residents looking for affordable apartments in Greenville can contact the agency to apply for the Housing Choice Voucher Program.

Apartments in Greenville Work and Study

In 2010, the unemployment rate in Greenville was an even 11 percent. Two years later, that figure dropped to 9.4 percent. As this trend continues, residents of apartments for rent in Greenville are likely to find careers in the manufacturing industry. Two of the major employers of the city are Pitt County Memorial Hospital and East Carolina University.

If you are looking at Greenville apartments for rent and would like to further your education, there are a couple of local options. Check out the programs offered at East Carolina University. The school also houses the Brody School of Medicine in the city.