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Old 03-26-2011, 08:48 PM
 
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I have been searching on here and other sites looking for advice on apartments so i thought I would post to get a better idea. I am a single 21 y/o male and moving from MI. I will be working in Durham and I am looking for somewhere to live in the area for ~$600. I would also like to live near other young professionals, and I would like to know a little about the various neighborhoods.

Any advice/help would be appreciated. Thanks!
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Old 03-26-2011, 11:34 PM
 
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Edinborough at the Park has 1Br/1Ba from $675. Not sure how over the limit that puts you, but I lived there for a year and it was a good place. Lots of working professionals.

http://www.edinboroughparkapts.com
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Old 03-28-2011, 04:58 PM
 
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There are a lot of apartments in Durham for around $600, but for a decent apartment you are probably looking at least $650 - $700. Depending on what you are looking for in an apartment you should definitely be able to find something.

Do you have any apartments that you have seen so far that you want opinions on? It's kind of hard to give ideas not knowing what side of town you want to be on, etc. I have only lived on the Southpoint side of town so I know a lot about these apts in this area.

Ticon Properties has some cheaper one bedroom apartments that are on the small size, but decent for around $575- $600 including water. A looked at the Waterford Apartments on HWY 54, and I liked the apartment, but I didn't want to live there. If I was a 21 year old male, I probably would have taken it. I also looked at Pine Ridge and some others on HWY 54 and they were older cheaper apartments.

1520 Magnolia is really nice, but closer to $675-$700 for a 1 bedroom. The Lodge at Southpoint was nice but also closer to the $675 range.

It really depends on what you are looking for in an apt. Also, check the aptratings website.
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