Greenville, NC

 Greenville, the hub of eastern North Carolina, is located about an hour from the state capitol of Raleigh and just over an hour from the beach towns of the southern Outer Banks.
 It's a vibrant, verdant city boasting a world-class regional medical center (Vidant Medical Center) and one of the state's largest universities (East Carolina University).


Greenville, NC, Little League Baseball players (Photo by Bee There Media)

 Greenville offers something rare in today's fast-paced society -- a small town ambiance ideal for family, work and play combined with all the “big city” amenities like shopping, dining, arts, entertainment, education and superb health care.


Pitt County Courthouse in Greenville, NC (Photo by Bee There Media)

 Greenville is the 10th largest city in North Carolina according to the U.S. Census Bureau, with a population of 90,597 on July 1, 2015. The city has grown by more than 7% since 2010.
 Greenville, the county seat of Pitt County, is located along the Tar River in the Tidewater area of North Carolina.
 Greenville's average temperature is a mild 61.6 degrees, with an annual snowfall of just 4 inches, according to U.S. Climate Data.


Greenville, NC, City Hall (Photo by Bee There Media)

Accolades

  • Named on of the Top 10 Micro American Cities of the Future in two categories by The Financial Times' fDi Magazine (2017)
  • Named one of the "100 Best Communities for Young People" in the nation (2008, 2010)
  • Ranked in the Top 10 of the nation's "Best Small Places for Business and Careers" by Forbes Magazine (2012)
  • Ranked 24th in mid-city business growth and development by Forbes Magazine (2010)
  • Almost 30 percent of residents have obtained a bachelor's degree or higher, the fifth highest percentage of residents in North Carolina.