CityView Apartments at a glance
Positioned in an exciting part of town, the CityView Apartments is positioned amid a variety of unique restaurants, bars and theaters. This place is walkable to Bennett and Greensboro Colleges. A few blocks away you can hop on the Downtown Greenway for a long run or bike ride. CityView organizes regular social activities, has a gourmet coffee and tea bar and a sports lounge.
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CityView is tucked away on the Southside just minutes from downtown, Greensboro College and UNCG. This property is located within walking distance of many dining spots and taverns.
CityView is an interesting spot on the Southside of downtown Greensboro where you can live just four blocks from Bennett College. These apartments are within walking distance of a bus stop, local café and Natty Greene’s Pub & Brewing.
Walk to a bus stop from here on Gorrell Street in only five minutes and take the #5 Route. If you walk a little further, you can reach the city’s Transportation Center which serves many more routes.
You can find a couple of local grocery stores along Elm Street and the Downtown Farmers Market several blocks away from the CityView Apartments on North Greene Street. There are plenty of specialty shops and services that line the streets near here such as jewelry, furniture, locksmith and florist.
CityView is located close to some highly rated restaurants and taverns such as Mellow Mushroom, M'Coul's Public House and Liberty Oak. If you just want to get a slice of pizza or a Stromboli, Pizzeria L'Italiano is only a ten minute walk.
This place has a heated pool, media room and extensive gym to occupy your time, but you can also find some fun things to do in the neighborhood. There is a comedy club when you need a good laugh. Carolina Theater presents movies and live shows. The Children’s Museum on North Church Street is perfect for families.
Shows photography, artifacts and video in challenges of equality.
A fun place for kids to learn.
Covers the history of the Piedmont area of North Carolina.
One of the oldest examples of Italianate architecture in the United States.