Independence Park Apartments at a glance
Shopping and a hospital are two of the hallmarks for the Durham, NC location of Independence Park Apartments. Walk to restaurants, an ice cream shop and Food Lion. Families might enjoy frequent trips to the Edison Johnson Center and Museum of Life Science. At the Independence Park Apartments you can enjoy games of tennis, swimming, a thorough workout or a movie in the on-site theater.
Price, availability and features subject to change.
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Living in the outskirts of Durham NC at Independence Park Apartments, you can experience all the city has to offer without being right in the thick of things. When you need to get downtown, a short 4 mile drive down Roxboro Street will get you there in less than 10 minutes so getting to work or someplace fun will be a cinch. Need to do some shopping? Residents here can take full advantage of the Northgate Mall with more than 100 stores ready to serve you in an excellent spot along North Duke Street. If you just want to get some groceries, all it will take is a quick ride to the Oxford Commons retail plaza to find a Food Lion and many other shops. Also around the corner from Independence Park Apartments is the Duke Regional Hospital, establishing this as a find location for medical professionals. While living here you might enjoy frequent visits to the Museum of Life and Science on Murray Avenue, getting some exercise on the Ellerbee Creek Trail or perhaps taking a tour of the Duke Homestead historic site.
The Independence Park Apartment community is located within a neighborhood with both residential and commercial properties. There is a school and numerous healthcare facilities in the area. You will have to walk a bit to get to a bus from here. Although it is manageable, a car would be preferred to get around.
A private research university with a campus that spans over 8,600 acres. Has about 15,000 students and a staff of 3,200.
One of the premier public gardens in the US attraction 300,000 visitors annually. Covers 55 acres in the heart of Duke's west campus, next to the Medical Center.