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Raleigh and Wake County (covers 857 square miles, population 900,000)

Home to North Carolina’s Capital, Raleigh, Wake County is North Carolina’s largest county and one of the three corners of the world renowned Research Triangle Park. For over 15 years, Wake continues to be one of the fastest growing communities in the United States and consistently receives top rankings in many categories. This year, Raleigh was named No. 1 Best City in America by Business Week.com and No 1. Best Place for Business and Careers by Forbes.com. Raleigh is home to North Carolina State University and NHL’s Carolina Hurricanes.

Durham County (covers 298 square miles, city population 228,300)

Durham, another corner of Research Triangle Park, is the 5th largest city in NC. Durham is home to Duke University and a vast number of pharmaceutical, informational technology, and healthcare companies making it a top contender for national and international companies considering relocation. Durham also has won has national rankings from prestigious publications for business and lifestyle living categories.

Orange County (covers 401 square miles, population 133,800)

Orange County is home to Chapel Hill and the University of North Carolina which make up the third corner of the Research Triangle Park. Located on the western edge of the Research Triangle, Orange County is also home to historic Hillsborough, Carrborro and Mebane. What many find attractive about Orange county is it combines vital urban areas with rural values and offers an “abundance of historical, social and cultural resources.”

Franklin County (covers 494 square miles, population 60,600)

Franklin County, also located in the Research Triangle Region, is 30 miles northeast of Raleigh. Larger towns in Franklin County are Franklinton, Louisburg and Youngsville. Residents enjoy a relaxed lifestyle with easy access to the big city amenities of Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. Franklin County has attracted many small and large-sized business due to its location amidst several interstates and it’s encouragement of long-term economic, social, environmental health and vitality.

Granville County (covers 537 square miles, population was 60,000)

Just north of Wake County, Granville County is home to Oxford and Creedmoor, NC. Although growing like many communities around RTP, Granville county still offers a beautiful countryside with a peaceful way of life but within minutes from big city amenities. Along with Franklin county, Granville County is part of Triangle North, a network of business and industrial parks that are state-certified as “ready for development” for companies that want to locate or expand in the Research Triangle Region.

Vance County (covers 270 square miles, population 43,000)

Vance county is located north of Franklin and Wake and east of Granville County and borders the Virginia state line. Vance is home to the city of Henderson which is 40 minutes north of Raleigh and is a rural town rich with history with easy access to I85 and Hwy 1. Kerr Lake, the state’s largest man-made lake is located in Vance county and is a huge attraction to residents and tourists alike. Granville County is also part of Triangle North, a network of business and industrial parks that are state-certified as “ready for development” for companies that want to locate or expand in the Research Triangle Region.

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North Carolina Government

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Commercial Real Estate Glossary

Commercial Real Estate Glossary

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