Sanford, NC

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Sanford offers a unique blend of timeless Southern charm and big city amenities, including an active, energized downtown with custom boutiques and cafes, championship golf courses, and its own international airport. Ideally situated in the heart of North Carolina, Sanford is the county seat of Lee County, which has a total population of 60,000. The city is less than an hour away from four world-class medical centers and two international airports, as well as premiere shopping, arts, entertainment, and dining destinations. Sanford's diverse economic base and progressive, friendly populace has helped the city develop a thriving arts and culture scene that includes performing and visual arts, pottery, music, and more.

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Key Reasons for Investment

Sanford boasts state-of-the-art water and wastewater treatment systems, well-maintained parks outfitted with the newest play features, award-winning schools with innovative curricula, and seasonal community activities that make it a prime location for growth and development.

Current and Future Development

The City of Sanford is currently undergoing a major revitalization project after voters passed a $14.5 million bond referendum to add streetscapes to downtown areas and increase walkable areas through sidewalks and greenways. Part of the bond funding is slated to be used to build a 21st century multi-sports complex.

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Historic Downtown Sanford, located in the heart of Lee County at the Southern base of the Research Triangle Region, blends the best of sm... More

Historic Jonesboro was founded in 1860 as a stop on the Western Railroad. In the late 1800s both Jonesboro and Sanford developed as manu... More