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A vibrant setting of convenience and opportunity

Population: 251,893+
County: Durham County (some portions extend into Wake and Orange counties) 

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About Durham

Pairing a burgeoning business landscape with acclaimed amenities and offerings for residents of all ages, Durham has made its mark on the map. 

The Bull City is widely known for its top-notch medical, research and educational facilities including Duke Medicine and the highly esteemed Duke University. It has beaten out other larger cities for sought-after accolades and continuously receives recognition as a top hub for startup investment and innovation. The constant national attention draws people from all over the nation to the Triangle city and it quickly becomes the place they decide to call home.

Located in the heart of the city’s center, the American Tobacco Historic District merges business and pleasure amid a revitalized tobacco town setting. Leading tech and research companies, restaurants and entertainment venues fill the renovated warehouses and exposed-brick buildings. The District’s well-planned grounds welcome visitors day and night.

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Things To Do in Durham

Family-friendly activities are abundant downtown with the Durham Bulls Athletic Park and Durham Performing Arts Center located on the same street. Home to the synonymously named minor league baseball team, the Durham Bulls Athletic Park is a buzz throughout the year with games during the season and outdoor events at other times. The largest performing arts center in the state, the DPAC hosts hundreds of national touring Broadway shows, off-Broadway performances and world-famous musicians throughout the year.  

Nearby, the renowned 55-acre Sarah P. Duke Gardens hosts more than 300,000 visitors annually and serves as a serene escape from the rush of life. Visitors can enjoy five miles of walkways and trails amid a beautifully designed garden with natural wooded areas.

Foodies will agree that Durham’s restaurant scene is on point with tasty, locally owned establishments and talented chefs. From artisanal coffee shops and cafés to farm-to-table menus and regional craft beers, the city offers culinary delights sure to please. 

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Nasher Museum of Art

Located at Duke University this museum named after alumnus Raymond Nasher, who donated some of the world’s greatest sculptures to the museum. The museum presents contemporary art, with attention to artists who have been historically underrepresented.

Durham Bulls

Tripple-A minor league baseball team, affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. Established in 1902, the team has changed names and disbanded several times, but has been a local powerhouse and favorite since 1991.

American Tobacco Historic District

Historic destination in Durham - next to the Durham Bulls Athletic Park and the Durham Performing Arts Center - is an excellent location for a night on the town or a day of shopping. With fine dining and exquisite shopping, it’s hard to believe this district was formerly warehousing and manufacturing.

A short drive from the bustling Research Triangle Park, RDU Airport and downtown Raleigh, Durham is making strides to offer its residents and visitors a setting of convenience and opportunity. It truly is a city on the rise.

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