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The Peak of Good Living
Named as Money Magazine’s Best Place to Live in 2015, Apex has reaped the benefits of the Triangle’s expansion. While more than 40,000 people make their home in Apex, it still manages to maintain a small town feel, especially with charming Salem Street in Downtown Apex. The street hosts many local festivals- Apex Pig Days (a nationally recognized barbecue competition), Apex Latino Art Fest, as well as events on most holidays. Salem Street is also a prime location for food and antiques.
One of the reasons Apex is on so many people’s lists is proximity to all the major cities in the area. From Apex, it’s easy to be in either Raleigh, Durham or Chapel Hill in thirty minutes.
Another reason folks find themselves living in Apex is the schools. The town hosts eight public elementary schools, four public middle schools, and three public high schools, all of which are consistently among the highest rated in the county. Apex High School, which has been open for 47 years, will be closed after this year, and a brand new high school will be built in its place.
All in all, Apex might be the perfect place for you and your family! Money Magazine certainly thinks so! Check out the town website at https://www.apexnc.org
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