Though it’s a little out of the way relative to many Durham neighborhoods and is quite suburban in nature, but that certainly doesn’t mean it’s a boring place to live. There are also a number of attractions that make it a popular spot for young professionals, including one of the city’s greatest shopping destinations. The Streets at Southpoint is a sprawling shopping district offering over 170 shops, including some chains, as well as local gems and upscale boutiques. All of the local universities are easily accessible, as well as the prime workplaces in Downtown Durham. If you’re looking for a safe, quiet residence that is only a short drive away from recreational pleasures, then you’ve found your neighborhood!
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.