Apex

The Constantly-Evolving Town of Apex. NC

Apex, North Carolina is named for its location as the highest point on the Chatham Railroad, and the town is continually focused on preserving that history. Over past years, Apex has grown significantly, adding a new shopping center and several new home developments. Apex was even named #1 on TIME Magazine's list of Top Places to Live in the United States! This highly-sought-after community is also a short driving distance from other towns, as well as the metropolitan areas of Raleigh and Durham. Experience all that the Town of Apex has to offer, browse homes, and schedule a showing today!

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The Community at a Glance

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Quick Facts

Population: 43,907
County: Wake
Zip Codes: 27502, 27511, 27513, 27519, 27523, 27539, 27562
Median Home Value: $273,171

Travel & Commute

Downtown Cary: 15 min
Downtown Raleigh: 20 min
RDU Int’l Airport: 20 min
Major Roads: US-64, US-1, NC-540

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Why Do Residents Choose Apex?

High-Paying Jobs, Affordable Housing

With several major employers within its town limits, as well as easy access to a wealth of top tech and healthcare companies in Raleigh and the Research Triangle Park, it’s no wonder Apex is drawing job-seekers. And with average home prices sitting at a comfortable $250,000, it’s easy to enjoy a comfortable, or even brand-new, home and a high paycheck.

Top Triangle Location

Access to several major highways means all the opportunities and attractions of the Triangle area are within easy reach. You don’t have to live in the heart of the hustle-and-bustle to enjoy Raleigh events or Research Triangle Park employers. Even Durham is just a short drive away on the convenient 540.

Quiet Small-Town Community

Though the town of Apex is growing with new development and bursting with opportunity, it still preserves the sense of small-town charm that draw residents old and new. Beautiful homes, friendly neighbors, and quiet streets are an everyday part of life in Apex, and top community events—such as music and movies at the amphitheatre, farmers markets, PeakFest, Apex Music Festival, Trick or Treat on Salem Street, or Christmas on Salem, offer exciting and social opportunities for all ages throughout the year.

Plenty of Amenities

Apex might be a small town of quiet community, but it’s certainly not short on amenities! The major Beaver Creek Commons and Crossing provide a wealth of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, as does the historic and charming Downtown Apex. Historic sites, shopping centers, community centers, movie theaters, and more await in Apex.

Parks & Recreation

For those who enjoy the great outdoors, Apex is just the place. Miles of greenway trails, lush parks with plenty of amenities, and plenty of cultural and athletic programs for all ages provide plenty of opportunity for outdoor enjoyment and activity, as well as a chance to develop hobbies and meet new friends.

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