Neighborhoods

Featured Neighborhood: Uptown

Encompassing all of the area within the I-277 loop and its immediately surrounding neighborhoods, Uptown Charlotte is the artistic, cultural, nightlife, dining, business and government center. Five-star restaurants, swanky hotels, the city’s premier nightlife venues and more are wedged into the city’s burgeoning center city district. Home to a growing number of LGBT residents and businesses, Uptown is also home to the LGBT Community Center of Charlotte, located at the N.C. Music Factory.
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Featured Neighborhood: Plaza Midwood

Centered at the bustling intersection of The Plaza and Central Ave., Plaza Midwood is a growing commercial and residential district with both established and up-and-coming restaurants, antique shops and galleries, retail, nightlife and more. The neighborhood’s large residential areas feed into the commercial district’s lively center. The neighborhood also includes a variety of LGBT-owned dining, nightlife and retail establishments, as well as a plethora of bars, shops and restaurants known for their friendly, mixed and diverse crowds. The nearby NoDa and Elizabeth neighborhoods also offer a fun mix of restaurants, bars and other attractions.
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Featured Neighborhood: NoDa

Praised as Charlotte’s eclectic arts district, NoDa encompasses a a stretch of N. Davidson St. lined with art galleries, coffee shops, restaurants, bars, perfomance and concert venues, apartments and condos and business offices. Home to the acclaimed Neighborhood Theatre, NoDa also boasts event and music venues like Evening Muse and Wine Up. Known for its historic charm, LGBT-friendly nature and mixed crowds, NoDa is the perfect place to shop, wine, dine or party! The nearby Plaza Midwood and Elizabeth neighborhoods also offer a fun mix of restaurants, bars and other attractions.
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Featured Neighborhood: South End/Dilworth

Stretching south from Uptown along South Blvd. and extending eastward on East Blvd., South End and Dilworth offer a New South mix of urban sophistication, small town hospitality and historic charm. Tree-lined streets are dotted by a mix of new condos, mid-rises and historic homes and bungalows.  Fun and popular restaurants, shops, galleries and nightlife make a trip south of town worth it. Within a short walking distance or LYNX Light Rail line of all points in Uptown, South End and Dilworth are experiencing extraordinary growth.
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Explore other Charlotte neighborhoods…

East Charlotte
Elizabeth
Myers Park/Providence
South Charlotte
University City
West Charlotte

Uptown photo credit: cstreet360, via Flickr.
Plaza Midwood photo credit: amerainey, via Flickr.
NoDa photo credit: cristinabe, via Flickr.