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My neighborhood has a very quality cafeteria, small supermarkets have many retail stores, we like the weather, its people, the joy of all our neighbors, we like private security

We like that eveything is near by; Walmart, Target, Publix, Winn Dixie; coffee shops; and restaurants.

There are a lot of streets that let me not relax and I like my street very muchMy family has always lived here, too

I like that I'm not to far from night life. I like going to walk at the lake Eola park. I like the stores are walkable to.

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Living in Durham Technical Community College, NC

Durham Technical Community College, located in Durham, North Carolina, grants its students access to affordable higher education, as well as the resources of a city that supports student living, research and professional development. DTCC was founded in North Carolina’s fifth-largest city in 1961, and continues to serve students who enter with a variety of academic and career goals. The college serves Northern Durham County and Orange County, and student housing is located throughout the area. This region benefits students with its proximity to both Duke University and Research Triangle Park, a prominent center for high-tech research and development. For many students, finding a college apartment at Durham Technical Community College is the first step toward achieving their professional goals.

Student living at Durham Tech’s main campus is centered near downtown, adjacent to the Research Triangle Park and the Raleigh-Durham International Airport. With more than 26,000 pupils in student housing or off campus housing, the college offers a wide variety of programs to meet individual needs. The study body is spread among for-credit, non-credit, adult, and continuing education programs, which together lead to more than 100 degrees, certificates, diplomas and university transfer programs.

The case for off campus housing is strengthened by the cultural offerings located near the campus, in downtown Durham. The city plays host to a number of jazz and blues festivals, symphony concerts, art exhibitions, and events like the American Dance Festival and Full Frame Documentary Film Festival.

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