The Raleigh Research Triangle Park (RTP) has shown early resilience in these unprecedented times against the financial repercussions of the COVID-19 virus.
Over 60 years ago, in 1959, the North Carolina Research Triangle Park (RTP) was created to combat the state’s perceived ‘brain drain’ of graduates from its top institutions.
At Propeterra, we know that investing in real estate for your family and your financial future is a big commitment you should enjoy making. That’s why we have made this handy guide to tell you more about Raleigh, North Carolina. Check out our guide to one of the US’ best livable cities and whether Raleigh is right for you and your loved ones.
Raleigh is a city blossoming from its adolescence to become one of the US’ most exciting cities. The ‘City of Oaks’, as Raleigh is affectionately nicknamed, has been an underrated gem for far too long and a recent resurgence in the city’s dynamism have made it an increasingly attractive place to be. With so many things to do, see and eat throughout the year, visitors are spoiled for choice. In the summer, the community spirit is such that boutique vendors take over Fayetteville Street every weekend, creating a summer fêtê feeling. From family-friendly to athletic pursuits, check out our guide below to the best activities in Raleigh.
Raleigh is a city saturated with talented chefs, many of whom have been recipients or nominees of the prestigious James Beard Award, but until recently the city’s food scene was underrepresented on a national level. Now, Raleigh is staking its claim as one of the hottest food cities in the US, finally discussed alongside the culinary rich cities of Nashville, Tennessee and Charleston, South Carolina. The influx and upskilling of talented chefs has created a scene heavily influenced by Raleigh’s urbanism and surrounding rurality. The Southern influence championed in this area of the US is combined with international techniques and flavours to create a unique food scene well worth experiencing.
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