Charlotte’s Neighborhoods

Charlotte is a city of neighborhoods and for newcomers deciphering one from another can take some time. Here is a breakdown to help you out.

  • Ballantyne: Doomsayers predicted development of the land along the southern edge of Mecklenburg County would be a bust, but a group of developers saw potential and now they are reaping the benefits ...
  • Center City: Charlotte's Center City, which consists of Uptown and the city's four wards, has come full circle. In the past couple of years, people have begun flocking back to the heart of the city ...
  • Dilworth: Originally the brainchild of Edward Dilworth Latta in the 1890s, Dilworth was Charlotte's first streetcar suburb ...
  • Myers Park: The canopy of towering willow oak trees that lines the gently curving streets of Myers Park is one of many signatures of Charlotte’s most prestigious ZIP code ...
  • Noda: Two miles north of Uptown is Charlotte’s most avant-garde neighborhood. Of course, it wasn't always that way ...
  • South End: In the 1890s this community immediately south of Uptown was promoted as the "Manchester of Charlotte" because of its thriving textile industries ...

 

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