Chapel Hill, NC

Located three hours from the Atlantic coast and the mountains, Chapel Hill offers a four-season climate, beautiful landscapes and outdoor recreation. This 2010 Top 10 College Town grows from the community’s close relationship with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The oldest state university in the United States, UNC and its world-class hospitals are the area’s largest employers, an important part of the economic climate, and link to the famous Research Triangle that comprises Raleigh and Durham.

The Basics

Population: 59,069
Median household income: $55,649

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Median Travel Time To Work: 16 Minutes
Closest Airport: 14 Miles

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