NoDa, or the North Davidson Arts District, has seen a major influx of night spots, restaurants, and shops over the last 5 years! With the new extension of the CATS Lynx blue line train, even more people flock to the NoDa neighborhood for it's eclectic arts scene, buzzing night life, and wide ranging ... » Learn More about NoDa
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If you ask someone to describe Plaza Midwood in 3 words, you might hear "Quirky, inclusive, and lively". Plaza Midwood is famous for stunning historic bungalows, newly constructed craftsman homes and modern condos mixed with tattoo shops, dive bars, art galleries and boutiques! It's a mixed bag, but ... » Learn More about Plaza Midwood
Myers Park is rich in history. Take a drive past Queens University, down Queens Rd West, under a canopy of old oak trees, and you will be in awe of the stately architecture and sprawling mansions. Myers Park puts the "chaw" in charming, from the tree lined streets to manicured lawns, golf course and ... » Learn More about Myers Park
Ballantyne is one of the most widespread neighborhoods in the southeastern section of Charlotte. When most locals think of Ballantyne, the first things that to come to mind are the luxurious greens of the PGA golf course, the Ballantyne Hotel and spa, and of course Ballantyne Village, which offers ... » Learn More about Ballantyne
The heart of Southpark is the upscale shopping mall. This designer filled mall sets the tone for the shops and restaurants in the surrounding areas. It is also home to a lot of Charlotte's medical and financial business parks. Southpark is centrally located with easy access to both uptown, south ... » Learn More about SouthPark
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