Living in Durham

As one of three cities that make up the Research Triangle, Durham is an inviting mix of old and new—renovated tobacco warehouses and modern office buildings, traditional North Carolina barbecue and farm to table restaurants, 15 historic neighborhoods and many new apartments and housing developments. Within the city, Duke runs shuttles from downtown to its campus every 20 minutes and the Bull City Connector is a free bus that runs from downtown to Duke. Durham sits in the center of North Carolina, making the beaches to the east and mountains to the west, less than a four-hour drive.

See some of the amenities Durham has to offer:

Durham Accolades

Top US City Millennials Can Afford and Want to Live CNBC
Why Durham is North Carolina's Hippest City Vogue Magazine
Top 10 Best Places to Live US News and World Report
Best Place to Start a Career WalletHub