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Historic charm and Island Beaches

As North Carolina’s most accessible coastal destination, Wilmington’s location, natural beauty, culture and history all charm visitors and residents alike. The area boasts one of the largest historic districts in the United States, a lively arts scene, the University of North Carolina Wilmington, a major container seaport, the Battleship North Carolina, Gothic churches, and miles of unspoiled beaches.

Although the city is the largest in southeastern North Carolina and eighth largest in the state, it retains a small town atmosphere. Our inviting business climate has attracted global corporations like GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy, Corning, Verizon Wireless, and homegrown PPD.

Wilmington’s diverse neighborhoods offer any housing style and price range imaginable. Downtown is sprinkled with apartments situated above shops and nightclubs, as well as historic homes. Picturesque Forest Hills, Wilmington’s first suburb, is shaded by a canopy of majestic oaks and is home to generations of the same family. Turn-of-the-century bungalows share the oceanfront with multi-million dollar new construction at Carolina, Kure and Wrightsville Beach. Multi-use complexes like Mayfaire Town Center offer town homes in modern, walkable communities; modest homes perfect for young families can be found in all parts of the region along with retirement and gated golf course communities.


 

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