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Raleigh snapshot
Demographic highlights
Per capita income:$30,377
Population density:3,524 per square mile
Median household income:$52,819
Total population:403,892 people
Median age:31 years old
Square miles:114.59 square miles
Percent renters:42%
Market highlights
Median rent:$1,230
Median rent, monthly change:-0.57%
About Raleigh

Thinking of moving to Raleigh? Here?s what you need to know.

Raleigh, North Carolina, is a well-planned capital city that?s connected in many ways to nearby Durham and Chapel Hill. Known for great basketball and music, the  city is home to nearly 450,000 people. More than 1,200,000 reside in the metropolitan area. Nicknamed City of Oaks due to its tree-lined downtown streets, Raleigh has a relaxed, Southern vibe.

Who?s There?

With its high concentration of universities, including North Carolina State University (N.C.?s largest), Duke University (in Durham) and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the Raleigh area  has its fair share of highly educated residents. Raleigh is home to one of the most prominent high-tech development centers in America, the 7,000-acre Research Triangle Park. Over   companies employing nearly 60,000 people are concentrated in the research park, including IBM, Ericsson and Cisco Systems. Other top employers in Raleigh include  government agencies, universities and hospitals such as WakeMed  Health and Hospitals and Rex Healthcare.

What?s Around Raleigh?

Downtown?s Five Points is a popular local hub for families. Also downtown, Fayetteville Street tends to draw the lively and cosmopolitan set. Hipsters flock to trendy Glenwood South and the artsy Warehouse District. Historic Boylan Heights is known for its many peaceful front porches, while Cameron Village is a fun, affordable community popular with young professionals. In Lassiter Mill, trees and waterfalls draw families and retirees. While students and downtown residents may not need a car, most locals find four wheels beneficial, since Raleigh?s offerings are far-reaching. Many Raleigh commuters use the citywide bus service, GoRaleigh.

What Do You Do In Raleigh?

At the annual Hopscotch Music Festival , show-goers can venue-hop to the many bars and nightclubs that sit in close proximity to one another in downtown Raleigh. The North Carolina Symphony, Carolina Ballet and Walnut Creek Amphitheatre provide more upscale entertainment options. Daytime explorers will enjoy the North Carolina Museum of Art, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, the North Carolina Museum of History and Pullen Park .