Raleigh Cary Relocation

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Raleigh Cary Relocation

  1. 1. Moving to the <br />Triangle in 2010? <br />Presented by:<br />Tracy Santrock<br />2008 Listings Sold Associate of the Year<br />2009 Preston Agent of the Year<br />Realtor, ePro, ABR, CRS, SRES<br />919-656-5310<br />Live Where You WorkLoveWhere you Live<br />
  2. 2. Live Where You WorkLove Where you Live<br />Consistently ranked as one <br />of the Best Places To Live <br />North Carolina is now the <br />#1 Retirement destination<br />Raleigh-Cary is a community with the feel and hospitality of a Southern town with the amenities and intellectual contributions of a major city. <br />
  3. 3. The Cary Area is a great place to call home!!<br />…home to three major Univerisities and The Research Triangle Park, in North Carolina<br />Raleigh, Durham, & Chapel Hill <br />are the primary cities in the Triangle<br />
  4. 4. Location, Location, Location………<br />10 minutes from Research Triangle Park<br />15 minutes from Raleigh-Durham Airport<br />Convenient to the new I-540 <br />Within 30 minutes of all three major Universities UNC, Duke University, and NCSU<br />Within an hour of over 125+ Golf Courses<br />
  5. 5. A Decade of Growth in Cary <br /><ul><li>Growth 66% in the Cary/Apex/Holly Springs Morrisville areas since 2000 from 137,338 residents to 227,556 residents
  6. 6. Business Availability of commercial real estate in the area has grown 5% to 4M Square Feet according to Karnes Research
  7. 7. RTP commercial real estate grew 73% in the last decade
  8. 8. Growth of available shopping center space grew 47% </li></ul>There is now a mix of national retailers, diverse restaurants, local shops and small ethnic grocers<br /><ul><li> Arts & Culture Koka Booth Amphitheater seats up to 7000 people and hosts events 100 days out of the year
  9. 9. In Apex the former Mayor's office has been renovated and opened as the Halle Cultural Arts Center
  10. 10. Schools 4 New High Schools in the area include Green Hope High, Holly Springs High, Middle Creek, and Panther Creek High
  11. 11. Student enrollment grew 47% to 139,600 students </li></ul>22 new schools opened in Cary, Apex, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina and Holly Springs<br />
  12. 12. For Active Lifestyles…<br />Hiking<br />Rock-Climbing<br />Tennis <br />Skiing <br />Golf<br />Polo<br />Cycling<br />
  13. 13. Live Where You WorkLove Where you Live<br />#17 Best Sport City <br />(Raleigh – Durham)Sporting News, October 6, 2009<br /><ul><li> Cary is now a major player in the national sports scene </li></ul>USA Baseball Complex opened in 2007 <br />WakeMed Soccer Park attracted the ACC and NCAA Championships and the Raleigh Railhawks<br /><ul><li> Cary became one of six places in the country to be designated an NCAA Championship City, with the potential to host college tournaments in mens and womens sports during a four-year period
  14. 14. By 2012 Cary will have hosted six NCAA chapionship tournaments in soccer, baseball, cross country and tennis</li></li></ul><li>Raleigh – Durham is named the Smartest City by the Daily Beast in 2009<br />Cary is regularly touted as having the highest concentration of PhDs in the country<br /># 18 Best Job MarketU.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, <br />June 2, 2010<br /># 3 Best Places for Business & Careers Forbes, <br />April 14, 2010<br /> Fast-growing, highly educated, & <br />well-paid <br />
  15. 15. Cost of Living & Quality of Life<br /><ul><li> Low taxes
  16. 16. Affordable Housing
  17. 17. Award-winning restaurants
  18. 18. Arts
  19. 19. Convenient Award Winning Restaurants</li></li></ul><li>The Triangle is an <br />Outdoor Playground<br />Umstead Park -Tucked between Raleigh and Durham B. Umstead State Park is a 5,579 Acre Park with over 20 miles of hiking, biking, and jogging trails. <br />Cary Bikes & Trails – Cary is home to 30 greenways and trails. In addition to the trails there are eight public parks located within the Town of Cary. <br />The American Tobacco Trail -is a regional rail-trail project which will ultimately run from the Durham Bulls Athletic Park in downtown Durham to New Hill in Wake County. Currently, the northern 7.7-mile asphalt paved section, a 3-mile natural surface south of I-40, currently being refurbished and maintained by the Triangle Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and the southernmost 3.5 mile granite screenings surfaced section in Wake County are open to the public.<br />
  20. 20. Progress Energy Center for Performing Arts in Raleigh & The Durham Performing Arts Center<br />
  21. 21. Bountiful Healthcare Options<br />The Triangle has one of the highest ratios <br />of doctors to resident populations <br />in the country<br />Ranked among the Top 10<br />The Triangle has plenty of healthcare options & is one of theleaders in quality Healthcare<br />Duke has five different Hospitals in the Triangle<br />NC Health Care extends beyond Chapel Hill and into the greater Triangle area through its network of primary care and specialty physician practices located in Orange, Wake, Durham, Chatham and Lee counties. <br />Wake Med has specialty wings such as the Heart Center, Childrens Emergency Department, and is one of the eight mothers milk banks in the country. <br />Durham is named: City of Medicine<br />Wake Med in Raleigh<br />
  22. 22. North Carolina Beaches<br />Rated by Natural Resources Defense Council as one of the safest for fishing, wildlife and swimming<br />A short drive from the North Carolina Coastline<br />Out along the Atlantic, warmed by the Gulf Stream, Wilmington Beach makes its living as a resort, a busy port and an aspiring movie capital. In autumn, the storybook oak-lined streets of Wilmington are cool and quiet.<br />The Wilmington River Walk<br />
  23. 23. The Triangle is just <br />4 Hours from the Carolina Mountains<br />Asheville is an Appalachian Shangri-La. This year-round resort town, tucked between the Blue Ridge and Smoky Mountains, draws a funky mix of New Agers, fleece-clad mountain bikers, and antiques lovers. Charming yet surprisingly cosmopolitan for a town of about 73,000, Asheville has a Southern appeal all its own. From cafes to buzzing bistros, Art Deco skyscrapers and arcades reminiscent of Paris, Kayaking and one of the world's largest private homes — the Biltmore Estate, a French Renaissance-style mansion with 250 rooms. <br /> … no wonder so many locals first started out as tourists.<br />
  24. 24. RBC CENTER, STADIUM, ARENA<br />COLD PLAY SPRINGSTEINREM THE ROLLING STONESELTON JOHN THE POLICE<br />
  25. 25. Minutes away and here in the Triangle… <br />… “THE HURRICANES”<br /> Professional Hockey Team<br />“The Hurricanes' performance gave the franchise its first National Hockey League championship, and for the second time in a row, a Sunbelt team was able to stop a team from Alberta.” NHL website. <br />Two trips to the Stanley Cup finals and one win turned something around in the tobacco state, because what I saw there really surprised me. Genuine, crazy, knowledgeable hockey fans.<br />Published Wednesday, March 19, 2008 10:01 AM by Citizen_James<br />

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