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Chapel Hill At A Glance

Take a Look at Chapel Hill with All My Sons Movers

When you live in Chapel Hill, you have it all! A beautiful city, a small-town community, an incredible education system for all ages, and a favorable climate to enjoy any outdoor activity you desire are only a few of benefits of relocating your office, family, and life to Chapel Hill, North Carolina. You already know that your local Chapel Hill movers from All My Sons are ready to serve you, but do you know why we find living and working in our corner of the Triangle such a pleasure? Your friendly Chapel Hill movers are eager to share this wonderful city with you. 

Though most of the town is located in Orange County, Chapel Hill also spans north into Durham County. Known for mixing business with beauty, 25% of the 400 square miles of Orange County’s land is undeveloped. North Carolina farms are a view to behold, and 45,000 acres of farms in Chapel Hill and surrounding Orange County areas provide many scenic opportunities. Local farmers’ markets are overflowing with milk, eggs, fruits, and vegetables grown in your own backyard….well, almost. 

But Chapel Hill isn’t all rolling hills and wooded areas. Chapel Hill movers know their city upholds its corner of the Research Triangle Region as dynamically as fellow corner cities Durham and Raleigh. Corporate relocations and office moves to Research Triangle Park are a daily event for professional Chapel Hill movers. Businesses are drawn to the well-educated population based around three of the nation’s top research universities – Duke University, North Carolina State University, and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Though the Triangle Region encompasses residential neighborhoods, educational facilities, and commercial real estate, Research Triangle Park houses 160 companies with a total of almost 40,000 employees on its 7,000 acre stretch. 

Between working, playing, and learning in this self-proclaimed yet extremely family-friendly college town, you’re going to get hungry. Luckily, there is one restaurant for ever 277 residents in Chapel Hill, so you may never run out of new places to try! For the perfect ending to your day, relax with some local music at Cat’s Cradle in nearby Carrboro, rated as one of the best clubs in the nation for live music. Or if you’d rather not leave Chapel Hill (and why on Earth would you want to?), check out Local 506, the Cave, or Reservoir for great company and local music.