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In Charlotte, we've got distinctive communities to fit every lifestyle.

Charlotte thrives on community. Each neighborhood and suburb is home to local business owners, entrepreneurs, families and students who shape its identity. Around every corner, you’ll find breweries and high-end boutiques, art galleries and food trucks, all working together to create a vibe that’s uniquely Charlotte. From historic communities to lively inlets home to great shopping and dining, Charlotte offers an array of options to call home. Explore the neighborhoods below to find your next community. 




Situated between Park Rd and South Blvd, Sedgefield belongs to popular South End. Sedgefield is only 3 miles away from uptown Charlotte and walkable to New Bern light rail station. The neighborhood is one of the hottest in the country with trendy retail shops, restaurants, and breweries.




Stitched together by Central Avenue, this neighborhood’s edgy-meets-inviting vibe mirrors the spirit of its close-knit community. Plaza Midwood is a trendy, laid-back neighborhood known for its nightlife, with plenty of low-key dive bars and intimate music venues like Snug Harbor. There’s also a vibrant restaurant scene featuring comfort food eateries, barbecue joints, gastropubs and several popular ice-cream shops. Stores sell everything from consignment and vintage clothing to records and locally made artisan goods and jewelry.


Myers Park


Myers Park is widely considered to be on of the most affluent and reputable neighborhoods in Charlotte. Located just a few minutes south of Uptown, it is both easily accessible and one of the Queen City's oldest and most well-known historic areas. Breathtaking tree-lined streets with sidewalks, year-round flowering shrubs and trees, and beautifully restored historic homes as well as new construction make it a sought-after address. Residents and visitors enjoy the walkability to the many restaurants, boutiques, library, and parks.




Known as Charlotte’s arts district, NoDa welcomes musicians, chefs, mixologists, muralists and more to liven up its streetscapes. NoDa, short for North Davidson, is the city’s arts and entertainment district. It's known for its eclectic galleries and music venues, including the Neighborhood Theatre, host to big-name acts, and intimate spots like the Evening Muse. Artisan gift shops, jewelry stores and tattoo parlors dot North Davidson Street. Local eats include Southern fare, Cajun cuisine and pizza, and there are a number of hip dive bars.


South End


A lively and youthful neighborhood with historic and industrial roots, South End is one of Charlotte's fastest growing communities. A delightful mix of historic buildings mixed with modern and trendy design, South End was a former textile mill area and is located just minutes from Uptown, historic Dilworth, and SouthPark. This playful district now inspires creative industries—craft beer, culinary, galleries, and housing that includes loft style apartments, condos, and townhomes. The LYNX Blue Line light rail makes getting to Uptown and back a breeze.


The Queen City. International Gateway to the South.

With the Blue Ridge Mountains to the West and the Outer Banks to the East, Charlotte is located in the heart of the Southeast, along the state’s border with South Carolina. As the largest and most accessible city between D.C. and Dallas, it serves as the hub of the region and is an easy flight from anywhere in the country or the world.