Browse all there is to do! Welcome to Cotswold! Cotswold is a neighborhood of south Charlotte located at the intersection of Randolph and Sharon Amity Roads. With the abundance of shopping and dining options, it is now emerging as a desirable area for living and shopping with close proximity to Uptown. It is home [...]


Browse all there is to do! Welcome to Dilworth! The neighborhood of Dilworth was one of the first suburbs of Charlotte, much of the neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places as the Dilworth Historic District. Walking through the oak tree lined neighborhood of Dilworth, the old Charlotte charm of the [...]


Browse all there is to do! Welcome to Plaza Midwood! Located Northeast of Uptown, Plaza Midwood is better known as Charlotte’s most diverse and eclectic neighborhood. The neighborhood derives the first half of its name from The Plaza, a street passing through the center of the area; and Midwood, a subdivision of the neighborhood. [...]


Browse all there is to do! Welcome to Historic South End! Historic South End, often referred to as South End, is a neighborhood immediately south of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. South End was developed in the 1850s with Charlotte's first railroad line, connecting the Queen City to Columbia and Charleston, SC. It is now [...]


Browse all there is to do! Welcome to Uptown! Uptown, as it is referred to by Charlotte locals, is located in the heart of Charlotte. Center City Charlotte is divided into four neighborhoods, or "Wards," by the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets. Within the four wards of Uptown Charlotte you can walk, bike, [...]


Browse all there is to do! Welcome to Wesley Heights! Wesley Heights is Charlotte’s only Historic District located in the Westside. The 1920’s developed neighborhood still has an impressive amount of its original historic character. Closely located to I-77, Wesley Heights is close to Uptown, shopping, dining and fun without the feel of the [...]

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