With its blossoming downtown, excellent school system, and rich cultural history, it's no wonder that Greensboro, North Carolina, is one of Livibility.com's "Top 100 Best Places to Live." Located at the junction of three major interstates, Greensboro is a mid-sized city that offers convenience to both the mountains and the coast. With a cost of living below both North Carolina's and the United States' averages, Greensboro is a bargain for a city of its size.
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Greensboro has the third largest education systems in North Carolina and over ten colleges and universities, including Guilford College and the Elon University School of Law. The downtown area is experiencing tremendous redevelopment, making the city center is the place to be. Cultural events and the arts are on par with a city over twice its size, with ballet, opera, and theatre companies in residence. It's also the home of the annual ACC basketball tournament, if you prefer athletics to arts. With a rich history from Revolutionary times to the civil rights movement, Greensboro is perfect for history buffs, sports fans, and students alike.
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The city is made up of three main areas, each of which is made up of several smaller neighborhoods and communities. Downtown Greensboro has seen a great deal of investment in recent years, some of it yielding national recognition for the revitalization of challenged neighborhoods. In reality, the Greensboro metropolitan area is truly thriving these days. Whether you choose to purchase a home in the booming Southside area, or any of the city's other diverse and wonderful neighborhoods, you're sure to find a community waiting to welcome you. But if you're currently only looking to rent, then let ForRent.com help you with your search for Apartments in Greensboro NC, today.