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Bedrooms Average Rent Cheapest Rent Highest Rent
Studio Apartments $1,083 $485 $2,300
1 Bedroom Apartments $822 $274 $2,849
2 Bedroom Apartments $920 $320 $3,174
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,019 $360 $1,970

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Greensboro Overview

Greensboro, North Carolina is a clean, picturesque, modern and well maintained city that is located just hours from the Blue Ridge Mountains and coast and 90 minutes from Raleigh. Greensboro is one of the highest populated cities in North Carolina and has plenty to offer residents in things to do as well as great options in apartments in Greensboro to live. The city is surrounded by great food and restaurants, a thriving downtown area, local entertainment and is easy to travel to and from. Greensboro is located close to an airport as well. While driving is common -with an average commute of 20 minutes and an intersection of many interstate and local US highways- many residents also opt to walk and cycle in order to get around the city.

Greensboro History

Greensboro has played a major role in American history. A location during the Revolutionary War, Greensboro was named after General Nathanael Greene. Most of the architecture in Greensboro was done in the early 20th century. At this point, some of the most affluent citizens residing there hired architects and designers from the northern part of the United States. It is also home to the renowned Blandwood Mansion downtown- the first Italia Villa structure in the US- which was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis in the early 1840's. The New York bred designer also designed the state capitol in Raleigh, NC.

Greensboro Weather

As Greensboro is located in the southern part of the states, weather is pretty moderate year round. Summers are hot and humid is frequent, as there are no dry seasons. The warm season usually runs from the end of May to mid September, with an average temperature of about 80° F. Greensboro's cold season runs from the end of November to the end of February. High temperatures at that time usually balance out around 55°F and low temperatures can dip to around 29°F.

Getting Around Greensboro

Traveling is very simplistic in Greensboro as the city is surrounded by major highways that link residents to stores, restaurants and local entertainment that is all within easy reach. Greensboro has its own public bus system that is provided by GTA (Greensboro Transit Authority), offering express commuter buses Monday through Friday and regular service during off-peak evenings and weekends. Students and staff that are part of the GTA managed HEAT (Higher Education Area Transit) program through participating local universities also receive free transportation on the GTA system. Piedmont Area Regional Transportation (PART) also provides bus services between local cities that reside around Greensboro, including Winston-Salem, High Point, Mt. Airy, Durham, Lexington, Asheboro and Chapel Hill. Piedmont Triad International Airport provides 75 daily flights to most major east coast cities and Amtrak also runs through the city, making regular stops in Greensboro, with service from Charlotte, New York City and Washington D.C.

Commuting in Greensboro

Traffic is fairly moderate in Greensboro and the average commute for residents is just around 20 minutes. Greensboro is surrounded by four interstate highways, I-40 going east to west, I-85 which goes north to south, I-73 which heads into Myrtle Beach on the south end and goes north to Michigan and I-74 which takes you to northern Cincinnati. Highways 70, 29, 421 and 220 also travel through Greensboro.

Greensboro Media

Media outlets in Greensboro for local radio and printed press include Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area, Carolina Gardener Magazine, Greensboro News & Record, Carolina Peacemaker, Our State North Carolina Magazine, Rhino Times, YES Weekly, WBLO AM 7900 Radio and television is served by local channels WFMY TV 2 (CBS) and WGHP TV 8 (FOX).

Why Here

Greensboro is a safe and peaceful, yet lively city that is surrounded by historical landmarks, culture and a strong sense of community. Thus, Greensboro is a great place to put down roots for a family. Residents looking for homes enjoy affordable housing in beautifully constructed homes throughout the city, while renters truly have it made with plenty of wonderful options in affordable Greensboro apartments available to them. Jobs are steady and thus, unemployment for residents is on the lower end. The healthcare industry is a booming one in Greensboro. Greensboro is also one of the nation's top ten green cities.

Greensboro Landmarks

"Greensboro is surrounded by historical landmarks. Some of the most popular include the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, the Greensboro Historical Museum, Greensboro Coliseum Complex, International Civil Rights Center and Museum and Blandwood Mansion. Top colleges and universities in Greensboro include North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, North Carolina A & T State University and Guilford College. Greensboro is also home to the Proximity Hotel, which is known as the ""greenest hotel in America""."

Things to do in Greensboro

Greensboro residents enjoy dining and local fare downtown with over 500 restaurants, museums and visiting historical sites as well as outdoor activities like canoeing, kayaking and hiking on local trails. Greensboro also has local art galleries, attractions and events like the Carolina Film and Video Festival, which happens annually.

Greensboro Festivals

Every year there are a number of fun festivals to get out of your Greensboro apartment and enjoy. From the Discordia Days Burlesque Festival in July to the 17 Day Arts Festival, residents here have year round entertainment at their finger tips.

Greensboro Vacation spots

Being in a great location makes Greensboro a center for day trips to destinations all over North Carolina as well as Virginia. Raleigh-Durham,

Where to move in Greensboro

Fisher Park is a popular part of Greensboro for families and close to the booming downtown area as well as surrounded by schools. Aycock, which borders Fisher Park has access to many of the same local schools and is known for its historical buildings and architecture. Summerfield is located about 30 minutes from the downtown area and residents enjoy having regular access to some of the area's best hiking trails. The most popular types of homes that are purchased in Greensboro are single-family homes, but there are other types of properties available as well.

Greensboro Guide

Rich in both history and culture while simultaneously boasting exciting new and modern attractions, Greensboro apartments are quickly becoming some of the most sought-after places to call home in all of North Carolina.

With us by your side as your ultimate Greensboro apartment resource, you can rest easy in the knowledge that your apartment shopping experience will be as stress-free as possible.

An array of culinary options are at your fingertips with a Greensboro apartment.Take in a romantic meal at Undercurrent Restaurant and enjoy their full bar and warm, spacious dining room, or sample some out-of-this-world entrees at Solaris. The possibilities are endless and indecision never tasted so good!

Get your soak on at Wet n' Wild Emerald Point, where you'll slip, slide and slither your way down the Dragon's Den water slide and other rides. Bring a friend and spend an afternoon hiking at neighboring National Military Park, also located just a short drive from a number of apartments in Greensboro, NC.

So if you are looking for a new place to hang your hat in the wonderfully diverse state of North Carolina, why not give Greensboro apartments a try? We're confident you'll be happy with the choice!

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2905 Cottage Pl Greensboro, NC 27455

1 to 3 bedrooms $550 to $775

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