17 apartments for rent in Northchase, Wilmington, NC

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3119 Enterprise Dr, Wilmington, NC 28405
Call for Rent | 2 - 3 Beds

(910) 338-1058

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4413 Cohan Cir, Wilmington, NC 28405
$749 - $919 | 1 - 3 Beds

(910) 444-3485

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2620 Northchase PKWY SE C SE, Wilmington, NC 28405
Call for Rent | 2 - 3 Beds

(910) 444-3464

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Northchase Neighborhood in Wilmington, NC

Northchase Neighborhood

Located in quiet north Wilmington, Northchase Apartments residents enjoy large open spaces, well-kept landscaping, and quick access to the city’s major roads. The brick buildings are just off N. College Road, a major artery leading to the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and Cape Fear College’s north campus. Nearby Interstate 140 connects to downtown Wilmington.

Northchase Apartments is in ZIP code 28405, and the neighborhood is off Enterprise Drive just west of Interstate 40 and east of N. College Road. The neighborhood is 15 minutes away from New Hanover County International Airport.

UNC Wilmington, six miles south of Northchase, is one of Wilmington’s cultural centers. The university, well-known for its creative writing and marine science programs, hosts community wide events ranging from nationally known speakers and artists to local dramatic productions. The college is famous for serving as the high school backdrop in the long-running television show “Dawson’s Creek,” and when the school’s NCAA Division I basketball team has a good season, the whole city pulls for the Seahawks.

Wilmington’s laid-back atmosphere begins at Wrightsville Beach, a short drive from north Wilmington. Residents head to the beach for surfing, exercise, swimming, and sunbathing, enjoying the surf and sand as much as the seafood restaurants and fishing piers. Many beachgoers head over to Wrightsville Beach public park, where there are sand volleyball courts, tennis courts, and a 2.45-mile walking path.

The city hosts the North Carolina Azalea Festival every spring, drawing thousands of people to see the rainbow of flowers in full bloom and to enjoy the street festivals and parties. Nationally known singers and bands perform every night, and a female celebrity heads up the annual parade as that year’s Queen Azalea.

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