Welcome to the latest Urban neighborhood of Raleigh, Renaissance Park. This modern neighborhood of Raleigh truly defines how to blend in the countryside experience with city life. Developed by Wakefield Development Renaissance park features every modern amenity that you can desire for.
Renaissance Park is bound to make you fitness freak if you aren’t. After all who can ignore the miles long sidewalks, tree lined streets and an amazing fitness center equipped with every machine that you can ask for.
Renaissance Park also has a 7000 sq ft clubhouse with a huge community swimming pool and tennis courts for the tennis enthusiasts. Renaissance Park is also home to some award winning custom built homes by The W&W Partners.
The houses here in Renaissance Park can be anywhere between 1250 and 2400 sq ft in terms of the covered area. The price accordingly varies between $150,000 and $450,000.
The list of amenities that you get access to automatically once you become a resident of Renaissance Park is unending. The whole neighborhood is Wi-Fi enabled. The 7000 sq ft clubhouse is big enough to accommodate the entire neighborhood for a Friday night party. There’s a gym cum fitness center for the residents and there’s also a huge business center for the benefit of the residents. The swimming pool is really huge with nearly 10,000 sq ft of deck area and 4500 sq ft of pool area.
There’s also a cabana just for the residents. For the kids and older boys and girls there are two tennis courts with lights so that you can play anytime you want. There’s also a sand volleyball court for those who love the game of beach volleyball. There is nearly 50 acres of open spaces in Renaissance Park and several small parks for the kids. I was also moved by the developers move to dedicate 29 acres of land purely for tree preservation.
The list does not end here. There are several splendidly maintained gardens in Renaissance Park and a huge shopping center is coming up in close vicinity to the neighborhood. Renaissance Park is community where life can never get boring and is a place not to be missed. To reach Renaissance Park from downtown Raleigh you’ll have to get on to South Wilmington St and then take the Tyron Rd. When you take the right turn on Tyron Road, you’ll see after just about a minute or two Renaissance Park’s entrance towards your right.
HOA: PPM 919-848-4911
Rentals: Bev Roberts 919-306-5665
Sales: Michael McLaughlin 919-741-1441