Trinity Heights

Residential and Safe Neighborhood on Duke's East Campus
Located on the East side of Duke's campus, Trinity Heights is a small neighborhood full of tall hardwood trees and mainly residential homes. As such, it's very quiet and offers people the chance to unwind in a relaxed neighborhood. You won't find any nightlife here but renters like it that way as that's most likely the reason they chose this neighborhood.

Renters here feel very safe and have no problems getting to Duke's campus. You don't necessarily need a car as one renter points out although it might be helpful. All in all, it's a quiet, safe neighborhood with nice homes.
What Trinity Heights Residents
Think About Their Apartments
overall
8.8
value
7.2
amenities
5.7
social
7.2
management
7.8
Median rents in Trinity Heights
Studio
$
1,200
1 Bedroom
$
1,250
2 Bedroom
$
1,850

Living in
Trinity Heights

Duke's East Campus
Grocery Stores Nearby
Very Safe
Woodsy Area
Relaxed
No Nightlife
Accessible Public Transit
Trinity Heights — 7.5/10 Rating (based on 2 neighborhood reviews)
Walking distance to Harris Teeter and Whole Foods
30 minutes to Fuqua by bus or 15 minutes by bike
Close to Station 9 and 9th Street bars/restos
Quiet and quaint
30 minute walk or 10 minute bike ride to downtown Durham
Pretty safe area
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7
/10
Neighborhood Rating
1700 W Markham Ave
Close to Ninth Street, 5 min walk from Brodie gym, good public transportation (I don't own a car and I have been able to survive), safe. Very nice houses in the neighborhood.
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8
/10
Neighborhood Rating
1700 West Markham Ave


Getting to Know
Trinity Heights

Neighborhood Boundaries
East to West Boundaries: N Buchanan Blvd to Broad St
North to South Boundaries: W Club Blvd to W Markham Ave
About your Neighbors
Data from the 2013 American Community Survey

Zip Codes
Trinity Heights includes zip codes 27701 and 27705
Rent vs Own
51
%
of Trinity Heights residents are renters
Driving to Work
80
%
of Trinity Heights residents drive to work
New Construction
12
%
of housing units in Trinity Heights have been built in the last 15 years
Building Types
86
%
<20 units
6
%
20-49 units
8
%
50+ units
Demographics
Children (under 18)
18
%
18 - 34
36
%
35 - 54
25
%
55+
21
%
Unit Mix
3
%
Studio
22
%
1 Bed
35
%
2 Bed
41
%
3+ Bed
Occupation or Education
Working Professional
55
%
Undergrad Student
16
%
Grad Student
8
%
Unemployed
6
%
Retired
15
%

Best Apartments
in Trinity Heights


Studio $1,210
1 Bed $1,360
2 Beds $1,945

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1 Bed $1,650
2 Beds $2,145
3 Beds $2,500

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Nearby Neighborhoods

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Ninth Street
Great Nightlife & Popular for Duke Grad Students
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Home to the Brightleaf Square with Tons of Shopping, Restaurant, and Nightlife Options