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Office facilities at this Fayetteville St building include furnished offices to make sure you work in style and comfort, a shared office space, and also virtual office services to help reduce costs and allow remote working. Amenities are excellent, with the following on offer: plenty of parking on-site for all your cars and vehicles; and air conditioning facilities to ensure a comfortable working environment.
This office is situated on Fayetteville St, ideal for businesses in Raleigh. More info
Distinguished fully furnished executive suites are available for rent on the first floor of this stunning office center in Raleigh, with excellent local amenities situated nearby. The center also offers meeting room access, high speed internet, boardroom and reception area facilities and much more.
Centrally located in Raleigh, this striking office center is easily accessible via Interstate 440 and Route 70 and is... More info
Office facilities include a beautifully furnished office, lounge areas for those times when you need to sit back and relax, and also virtual office services to help reduce costs and allow remote working. Amenities are excellent, with the following on offer: office climate control facilities, such as air conditioning, to help regulate temperature throughout; and a designated on-site car park to reduce the headache of finding a parking space.
An ideal office location on Six Forks Rd, Raleigh, North Carolina. More info
Prestigious furnished executive suites are available across 7 floors of this ideally located corporate center, featuring an impressive marble fountain, sophisticated reception area and well-equipped meeting rooms.
Conveniently situated on Six Forks Road in Raleigh, this multi-story corporate center is close to Triangle Towne Center... More info
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Known as the 'City of Oaks' due to the large number of oak trees that line streets in the heart of downtown, Raleigh is the capital of North Carolina. One of the fastest-growing urban centres in the United States, the city is named after Roanoke Colony founder Sir Walter Raleigh. The city is home to North Carolina State University, which forms part of the Research Triangle with Duke University in Durham and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Focused on high-tech and biotech innovation as well as advanced textile development, the Research Triangle is one of the largest and most successful research clusters. Other major sectors include financial services, clothing and apparel, food processing, paper products, pharmaceuticals, and electrical, electronic, medical and telecommunications equipment. Major attractions in the city include the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts, the State Capitol, and the North Carolina Museum of Art.