Apex – The Peak of Good Living
With more than 60 commercial buildings and homes dating from 1870 to 1940 and a district on the National Register of Historic Places, Apex is restoring its turn-of-the-century railroad heritage. Downtown Apex features antique and specialty gift shops, as well as restaurants that include the award-winning Anna’s Pizzeria. Tour historic Hughes and Salem Streets. Visit the circa-1914 Apex Union Depot. Dine at Daniel’s and experience First Fridays downtown or the Peak Fest in early May. Indulge your inner fashionista at Beaver Creek Commons/Crossings. Further south, the North Carolina Railroad Museum offers rides on restored trains. Named the number one Best Place to Live in America by Money magazine (2015).
See more at the Town of Apex.
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