Guides

    • Huntersville

      In Huntersville, 12 miles north of uptown Charlotte, you will find nature centers, great shopping and an array of quality dining choices. With outdoor attractions, visitors are invited to interact…

    • Elizabeth

      Elizabeth has combined historic charm with tree-lined streets of front-porch homes to create an inviting community. Following in Dilworth’s footsteps, Elizabeth was the city’s second streetcar suburb. In the early…

    • Midtown Charlotte

      Home to one of the best views of the Charlotte skyline and scenic Little Sugar Creek Greenway, this modern district stays active with shoppers, bikers and walkers alike. Just blocks…

    • Steele Creek

      This southwestern Mecklenburg town dates back to the 1700s, but has grown by leaps and bounds in the past years.  It’s proximity to I-485 makes it convenient to commute to…

    • South Park

      Centered around a bustling South Park Mall and home to countless companies, South Park is a wonderful mix of business and pleasure. Known as the city’s most upscale shopping district,…

    • Plaza Midwood

      Central Avenue tells you a lot about this neighborhood’s edgy-meets-inviting atmosphere. Plaza Midwood’s main thoroughfare, Central Avenue, is a blend of consignment shops, patio sitting eateries, and eclectic retail. A…

    • Dilworth

      One of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, Dilworth blends historic charm with modern amenities. Known for its charming bungalows, some surrounded by white picket fences, picturesque Dilworth was Charlotte’s first streetcar…

    • NoDa

      Known as Charlotte’s arts district, NoDa welcomes musicians, chefs, mixologists, muralists and more to liven up its landscape. In the early 1900s, NODA flourished as a textile mill town. But…

    • Ballantyne

      Once considered a long haul to this southern border of Charlotte, Ballantyne has become a dining, retail and entertainment destination all it’s own. In the mid-1990s, Johnny Harris, grandson of…

    • University

      Home to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and more than 20 regional offices for Fortune 500 companies, University City is a fast paced and innovative area. University City…

    • South End

      Evolved from its mill town past, this youthful district now inspires creative industries for young professionals and entrepreneurs, with craft beer breweries, design firms, galleries and more. In the mid…

    • Uptown Charlotte

      Charlotte’s Uptown, which once served as a Native American trading path,  is divided into four wards, spreading out from the intersection of Trade and Tryon streets. The heart of the…

    • Myers Park

      A prestigious neighborhood of stately homes, complemented by a canopy of 100 yr old oak trees, describes picturesque and historic Myers Park. Queens Road West is the main thoroughfare of…

    • Matthews

      Once a sleepy rail town, Matthews’ Main Street is now a bustling strip where active families and young couples convene for festivals, eating and lazing in the park. The charming…

    • Mint Hill

      Still surrounded by farmland and wooded neighborhoods, Mint Hill offers homegrown entertainment in an ideal place to live. The town of Mint Hill is settled just outside of the city…