Located in the north-central coastal plain region of eastern North Carolina, Greenville-Pitt County is the commercial, cultural, educational and medical hub of the region. Home to East Carolina University, the third-largest university in the state, the area offers a host of amenities and plenty of Southern charm that lure newcomers and visitors alike.
Outdoor recreation is important to Greenville, NC residents.
The renaissance of Uptown Greenville is evident in the recently renovated Fleming House, with its inviting sky-blue porch and sun-dried tomato-colored cupola, is a perfect symbol of the rebirth of this historic district as well as a vital link with the city’s past.
Thanks to partnerships between area colleges and universities, the answer to "what do you want to be when you grow up?" is a little easier.
Greenville, NC City Profile
|Latest Population Increase||99.62|
|Median Household Income||$34435|
|Median Home Price||$147100|
Greenville, NC Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||81.8|
|Age 21 Over||68.7|
|Age 62 Over||10.7|
|Age 65 Over||8.6|
|Median Household Income||34435|
|Median Home Price||147100|
|Median Property Rent||742|
|Worked at Home||2.9|