Welcome to The Crossings at Alexander Place
The Crossings at Alexander Place is a modern, pet-friendly apartment community in the Brier Creek neighborhood of Raleigh, North Carolina near Durham and I-540. We offer 1-bedroom, 2-bedroom and 3-bedroom luxury apartments for rent with an impressive selection of features, including washer/dryers in every unit, balconies or patios, walk-in closets, garden bathtubs and 9-foot ceilings.
Residents have convenient, easy access to shopping, dining and entertainment at Brier Creek Commons. The Crossings at Alexander Place is close to major employers and schools such as Research Triangle Park (RTP), Infosys, RDU International Airport, Duke University, NC State University and the highly-rated Wake County School District. Nearby I-40, I-540 and US-70 provide easy access to Durham, Chapel Hill and greater North Carolina area.
Whether you're looking to relax or stay active, our community amenities have an exceptional combination of luxury and convenience: a sportsplex that includes a fully-equipped fitness center, resort-style swimming pool with sundeck, electronic parcel locker system, detached and attached garages available as well as bicycle storage available. The Crossings at Alexander Place lets you enjoy the lifestyle of convenience you deserve.
Conveniently located between Durham and Raleigh, The Crossings at Alexander Place is located off I-540 and US-70, near I-40 and The Raleigh-Durham International Airport. Within 15 minutes you can get to the Durham Performing Arts Center or check out the Durham Tobacco District. Spend a day at Alexander Place, Harris Teeter, The Corners at Brier Creek or Brier Creek Commons, shopping centers full of your favorite stores and restaurants. For date night out, stop by Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse or Bar Louie. Take a trip to Frankie’s Fun Park for a day of non-stop go-karts, laser tag, batting cages and a giant arcade or see what the buzz around the latest Blockbuster is about at Regal Cinemas Brier Creek 14. Head over to MAC Sports & Entertainment for a chance to join a volleyball team or play flag football, or take a nature walk through William B. Umstead State Park.