Living in Wake Forest, NC
In the 1970s, the Triangle region was catapulted into national prominence with the creation of the Research Triangle Park, the first planned research park of its kind in the U.S. Today, the region continues to lead the way in cutting-edge technology and state-of-the-art engineering. When it comes to being a trailblazer, the Triangle has history on its side.
The success of The Greater Wake Forest Region lies in its cultural and ethnic diversity. The region's international flavor and rich heritage comes to life in its cultural and historical attractions. From the North Carolina Symphony and Broadway-style theatrical performances to the state's museums of art, history and natural sciences, as well as professional hockey, minor league baseball, arena football and Atlantic Coast Conference college basketball, the region is living proof that "variety is the spice of life."