Central Raleigh is the heart of the city, so if you want to live here, you have to be ready to participate in the action! A favorite activity among locals is the Raleigh Farmers Market, where you can come to purchase fresh produce and many other local goods. Walk along the beautiful streets and visit one of the numerous bars and restaurants In the area. Some of this area’s active nightlife comes from St. Augustine’s College, located in the Oakwood neighborhood within Central Raleigh. If you’re looking for something a little quieter, there are a number of museums as well, including the North Carolina Museum of History and the Marbles Kids Museum. This area is characterized by the collision of the old and the new. It’s not unusual to see high-rise lofts standing in harmony beside early 19th century buildings. Central Raleigh is also incredibly walkable and ideal for someone without a vehicle.
If you're not sure how much an apartment will cost, the table below shows the average price by size.