I loved living in Greensboro, and cannot believe this wonderful city ranked so low.? Compared to other places in the states, the crime rate is really low. No serial killers, rapist, murders, heavy drugs to speak of here. Housing prices are low and if need be you can go to smaller neighboring towns, for even cheaper housing, with about 20-45 minute drive to Greensboro, Winston Salem and other larger cities. Up town Greensboro has been renovated with great restaurants, antique shops, Lebauer Park, Outsoor Ice Skating Rink, Museums, Natural Science Center, Coffee Shops and more. The outskirts of Greensboro you will find Wet’n’Wild Water Park, Golf Courses and National Tournaments, Piedmont Drag Strip, Ball Parks, City Lakes(fishing, swimming, boating), Geeat Restaurants from Southern Comfort Foods To Italian Cuisines, Several Colleges, City Stage, Theatre, Ballet, Street Festivals, Reinassiance. so much to do. Schools are good, not sure about test scores.. however a schools ratings shouldn’t be based on great test scores anyway. Suburbs are great, Forest Oaks, Oak Ridge, Summerfield, Starmount, Southern Guilford. Lots of nightlife if you looking. Weather is mild and good compared to other places in the states. Greensboro should be ranked as one of the top 10 cities to live. I now live In a small town 15 minitesvsouth of Greensboro that is even better.
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moving to ncMy husband and I are looking to move down to NC from Jersey. We have 3 small kids. We were looking into Greensboro/ Highpoint area. Is this a good move? Anything I should about? How are the schools? We are literally starting from scratch. We having savings so we'll be moving hopefully March and looking for jobs once we get there. I'll be on employment for now so I have …
stephyy610Posted on Feb 15, 2017
Which building in downtown Greensboro is your architectural favorite?I'm fascinated by architecture, especially Colleges and Universities. I've heard that Colleges and Universities in Greensboro, NC have some pretty incredible architecture. Can anyone point me in the right direction as far as which buildings have the best architecture in Greensboro?