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UNC at Greensboro

The University of North Carolina at Greensboro is one of America's smaller universities, with less than 18,000 students, but offers more than 100 undergraduate degrees as well as 59 masters and 22 doctoral programs. It is known as a leader in the business, education, public policy, cultural leadership and social change arenas.

College Hill is Greensboro's earliest neighborhood, right in the center of town and only a short distance east of UNCG. Most of the neighborhoods in Greensboro are historic, offering gorgeous turn of the century architecture and Queen Anne residences.

You'll find plenty of apartment rental and housing options in neighborhoods like Sedgefield, Deep River and Vandalia.

Green ... and Walkable

Greensboro is not only an easy city to walk around (especially the UNCG area, with a score of 77 out of 100), your walks are usually quiet and often filled with greenery. There are several grocery stores, bars, restaurants, coffee shops, parks and even clothing and music shops within an easy half mile walk of UNCG.

Greensboro Affordable Apartments

There is a great selection of apartment rentals and houses in Greensboro, with plenty of these located close to UNCG. It is not uncommon to find apartments available for rent under $400 per month, and most housing is clustered between the $500 and $700 per month marks.

There is plenty of housing around Friendship as well as Vandalia, if you like to be a little further away from college.

Greensboro is true to its name in summer, and most of the housing options you have in the city are surrounded by neat green lawns and trees that are older than your grandparents.

Grub in Greensboro

There are some great dining options clustered in a little strip just to the east of UNCG's campus, including Boba House, New York Pizza and Carreton for affordable and tasty lunches and dinners. Jack's Corner Mediterranean Deli is also one of the best loved eateries in Greensboro, and only a block away from school.

Great Greensboro Nightlife

While there are quite a few bars, restaurants, pool halls and clubs within a short distance of school the nightlife venues preferred by many are just north and west of the city itself, in the Brookwood Gardens area.

Rioja Wine Bar is cheap and heavenly, and First Street Draught House is always busy.

 

 

Average Apartment Rent in Greensboro

# Bedrooms Jun May Apr 3 Month % change
Studio N/A N/A N/A 0%
1 Bed $683 $677 $686 -0.4%
2 Bed $795 $789 $760 4.6%
3 Bed $938 $924 $923 1.6%

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Apartments in Greensboro - View 33 properties

Charming home near downtown

Charming home near downtown

Greensboro, North Carolina, 27401

3 Bedrooms

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Juliet Place

Juliet Place

Greensboro, North Carolina, 27406

1 Bedroom$599 - $640

2 Bedrooms$699 - $740

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Abernathy Park

Abernathy Park

Greensboro, North Carolina, 27406

1 Bedroom$698 - $728

2 Bedrooms$759 - $854

3 Bedrooms$845 - $1,010

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Innisbrook Village

Innisbrook Village

Greensboro, North Carolina, 27405

1 Bedroom$700 - $760

2 Bedrooms$860 - $965

3 Bedrooms$954 - $1,090

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Amber Ridge

Amber Ridge

Greensboro, North Carolina, 27408

1 Bedroom$559 - $629

2 Bedrooms$559 - $689

3 Bedrooms$709 - $749

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Local Talk

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  • What are some quiet neighborhoods in Greensboro?

    Irving Park, located in northwest Greensboro, is a quaint, upscale community where trees line the picturesque streets and golf courses abound. Irving Park has an excellent reputation for being a safe, and peaceful neighborhood, but real estate prices can reflect this and tend to be a bit higher in this area. Nearby Starmount Forest is a similarly appealing neighborhood, with excellent schools and scenic parks. The housing in this development offers something for everyone, ranging from nice yet affordable smaller homes to extravagant mansions. Starmount Forest is also only a quick five-minute drive from downtown Greensboro.

  • What are the most fun neighborhoods in Greensboro?

    Historic Downtown Greensboro is the financial hub and cultural heart of the city. With its many unique shops and restaurants and its countless attractions and museums, there is truly something for visitors of all ages to enjoy here. Learn about Greensboro's role in American history at the Greensboro Historical Museum or bring the little ones along for a fun-filled trip to the Greensboro Children's Museum, both situated in Downtown Greensboro. College Hill, with its close proximity to the UNC campus, offers students, residents, and visitors alike a booming bohemian neighborhood rich with art exhibitions, lectures, music recitals, and theater performances. The Blind Tiger, located in College Hill, is one of the best music venues in NC, bringing in talented acts of both the regional and national level.

  • are there any apartments that don't allow pet

    You'll have to contact Greensboro apartments individually. Our search allows users to display apartments that allow cats or dogs, but does not show apartments that do not allow pets.

  • any aparment here in grennsboro

    We have over 100 apartments for rent in Greensboro and the neighboring areas listed on our site.

  • Does Greensboro have any famous museums or exhibitions?

    The Natural Science Center of Greensboro is a fun family museum with hands-on exhibits showcasing dinosaurs, insects, and aquatic life, as well as a children's exploration area and planetarium. Located within the museum, the Animal Discovery Zoological Park offers patrons an up-close look at tigers, wallabies, alligators, African wild dogs, and more! Established in 2010, the International Civil Rights Center and Museum resides in a beautiful 1920s art deco building and boasts two floors with 30,000 square feet of exhibit space. The Greensboro Children's Museum is a 37,000 square foot facility located in downtown Greensboro. The museum's fun and interactive educational exhibits include a pretend grocery store, a children's theater, and a play train where kids get to be the conductors.

  • How is the school system in Greensboro?

    The school system in Greensboro ranks above average within the nation for their respectable test scores. The district is huge, with a public, public charter, or magnet school to suit every student. Many schools within Greensboro were given a very high ranking of 9 or 10 out of 10 on Greatschools.org scale for their superb test scores. Some of the most prominent include Northwest Middle School, Greensboro Academy, Kernodle Middle School, Early College Guild, and EP Pearce Elementary. Several renowned private schools are also nearby including Vandalia Christian School, Greensboro Montessori School, Canterbury School, and many more.

  • Where in Greensboro should I live if I'd like to walk or bike to work and to restaurants and bars from my apartment?

    After undergoing much construction in recent years, Greensboro's downtown has become an award winning neotraditional neighborhood with a mix of residences and businesses. Nightlife is bustling downtown, with a slew of restaurants, bars, clubs, art galleries, theaters, museums, and the Greensboro Cultural Center. What's more, downtown's Greenway loop of walking and biking paths is under construction and will one day soon conveniently connect with all of the city's greenways.

  • How is the nightlife in Greensboro?

    A city of about 270,000 people, Greensboro has a very active nightlife. There are plenty of options, from Irish pubs to clubs to live music. Located downtown, M'coul's Public House has over 17 beers on tap from as well as a large selection of scotch and whiskey. Tate Street Coffee offers great coffee and free jazz shows every Thursday night. Vintage 301 is a restaurant with an award-winning beer and wine list. To drink with the locals in a dive bar atmosphere, head to Westerwood Tavern.

  • Where are some of the best places for dining out in Greensboro?

    There are many good places for dining out in Greensboro. The highest concentration of restaurants, however, falls in downtown Greensboro on or near one of the town's main thoroughfares: Elm St. Options in this area include Undercurrent Restaurant, Liberty Oak, Fincastle's Restaurant, Ganache, M'Coul's Public House, Table 16, Riva's Trattoria, and Zaytoon Mediterranean Cafe. There are also quite a few eateries in College Hill, near the University of North Carolina - Greensboro, as well as near Greensboro's hospitals, and along Market St and Route 29.