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Harbor is a neighborhood in Greensboro, the largest city in Guilford County and the surrounding Piedmont Triad metropolitan region in central North Carolina. The community has the ZIP code 27455 and covers an area of 0.200 square mile.

Harbor’s borders include Air Harbor Road on the north, Lake Brandt Road on the west, Kello Drive on the south and Summerwind Drive on the east. It is one of the nearest neighborhoods to the Air Harbor Airport, a 36-acre travel hub mainly serving the local and transient general aviation needs of Greensboro and other cities nearby. The nearest stretch of commercial establishments within Harbor’s vicinity is located along Lawndale Drive.

There are many lakes surrounding the Harbor community. Residents enjoy easy access to nearby Lake Brandt, located northwest of the neighborhood. The City of Greensboro is also located by the lakeside. Going farther north, travelers can conveniently reach the Richardson Lake.

The Harbor neighborhood is near Lake Jeanette when traveling southeast from the neighborhood. Headed southwest, residents are a only few minutes from the Guilford Courthouse National Military Park, Greensboro Country Park and Lakes, and the Natural Science Center of Greensboro. A little farther south, residents can reach the Lawndale North Shopping Center, which is anchored by Lawndale Drive and Pisgah Church Road.

A few minutes to the south of the Harbor community are the Wesley Long Community Hospital, Daniel Park, and the Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital. Farther away is the university center of downtown Greensboro. Some of the colleges and universities there are the University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Greensboro College, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, and Elon University School of Law.

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