Textile Dr Waugh St Apartments for Rent
For “urbanites” interested in living near the heart of Greensboro, Textile Drive/Waugh Street is close to several points of interest, including local schools, recreation spaces and commercial establishments. To the northeast of downtown Greensboro, this residential neighborhood is a short drive from the heart of the city, but it sits on the edge of suburbia.
Most of the housing in Textile Drive/Waugh Street is single-story housing in Shotgun and National styles. Temporary housing options include Trinity Gardens Apartments in the southwestern corner of the neighborhood.
Textile Dr./Waugh Street is between a few of Greensboro’s major streets with Wendover Avenue, also known as Highway 70, acting as its southern border. To the east, Sykes Avenue connects with Phillips Avenue to create its eastern and northern borders. The western border is N English Street, separating it from Edgeville. Its namesake, Textile Drive, bisects the neighborhood which lies in the 27405 zip code.
Schools in the area include the Gateway Education Center, a leader in educating students with disabilities like cerebral palsy and autism. Technical and vocational schools include Carolina Beauty College, specializing in cosmetology.
Extracurricular play is encouraged at Peeler Recreation Center which hosts youth basketball camps and after-school programs. They also have Family Night events regularly for an affordable $1 entry fee. Across the street, students and families can borrow a book from the McGirt-Horton Branch Library.
Commercial establishments sit minutes from the Textile Drive/Waugh Street area making necessities like groceries easy to access. To the west on Wendover Avenue, just north of North Carolina A&T State University, is a strip of establishments from home improvement stores to financial institutions, restaurants and entertainment centers.