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Premier Dining, Shopping And Entertainment Are All Within Reach

Our Upscale Raleigh Apartments Place You Right In The Heart Of A Historic Neighborhood in Downtown Raleigh

Elan City Center at the corner of N. Wilmington Street and Polk Street adjoins the historic neighborhood, the Blount Street Commons Historic District.  From your apartment, you are minutes from workplaces and schools, the farmers market, arts and music venues. We’re in the governor’s neighborhood — three blocks from his private mansion.

Residents who like to keep business first and foremost will love the fact that Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU) is a mere 15 minutes away, and Amtrak public transit is just five minutes from our community. Along the sidewalks and tree-lined streets are shops and eateries that capture energy and visual interest — a creative redo of Raleigh’s 1940’s railroad station and warehouses. 

Elan City Center isn’t just for those who work hard all the time, though. Playtime is front and center in our Downtown Raleigh neighborhood. Catch the latest shows and performances at the local Imax theater, Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts and Red Hat Amphitheater.  Downtown Raleigh, Glenwood South and premier shopping at Seaboard Station are all just a short drive from our access-controlled community. 

Tuck into some unique local cuisine in the neighborhood surrounding Elan City Center, or go for a spot of more contemporary fare at 18 Seaboard, Tyler’s Taproom, Peace China, J. Betski’s, or Nourish. 

We couldn’t have built a better address in Downtown Raleigh, and now it’s time for you to experience it for yourself.