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■ Dilworth One of Charlotte’s original streetcar-era suburbs, Dilworth is a captivating area. Charlotte’s young professional families are drawn to its bungalow-style homes and traditional neighborhood feel. You’ll be sure to encounter locals jogging along oak-shaded sidewalks, pushing strollers to a nearby park, or grabbing coffee at the corner café. > Find Your Dilworth Home

■ South End Dilworth’s neighbor, South End, encompasses the area in and around South Boulevard below the John Belk Freeway. Once a community of light industry and cotton mills, design-related industries, restaurants, and residential living have revived the beauty and versatility of these industrial buildings that are full of character. > Find Your South End Home

■ Myers Park Myers Park, an area with old Southern estates and streets lined with towering oaks, is know by Charlotteans as one of the city’s most prestigious and desirable addresses. Once a treeless farmland, renowned city planner John Nolen of Boston transformed the area into a sophisticated suburbia in 1911. The neighborhood resides along the grassy medians and curving drives of Queens Road. > Find Your Myers Park Home

■ NODA NoDa, SoHo’s little sister, is Charlotte’s historic “arts district” located on North Davidson Street, just north of Center City. After the closing of the area’s last mill, NoDa began a renaissance of sorts in the 1980’s that drew young artists into the area who had a vision of developing a new art community for Charlotte Residents. > Find Your NODA Home

■ Elizabeth Earning its name from Elizabeth College, a small Lutheran women’s college founded in 1897 on the present –day site of Presbyterian Hospital, Elizabeth has became one of the most fashionable residential areas in Charlotte with its charming 20th century architecture. A redevelopment. With expected completion in 2010, has breathed new life into the area with retail and dining. > Find Your Elizabeth Home

■ South Park Located in south central Charlotte, South Park is both a residential and commercial hub. The area’s name comes from the SouthPark Mall, which is located at the intersections of Sharon and Fairview Roads. Know to locals as the upscale destination for shopping and dining, South Park also features some of the area’s most beautiful homes. > Find Your South Park Home

■ Ballantyne The Ballantyne community, a planned mixed–use-development southeast of Pineville, is just a short drive from Center City Charlotte, Charlotte Douglas International Airport and sophisticated South Park. One of the area’s most appealing attributes is the Ballantyne Resort & Spa, a luxury destination for golf and relaxation. > Find Your Ballantyne Home

■ University City While in this bustling district, cheer on the UNC Charlotte 49ers, Charlotte’s largest university with over 21,500 students. Or stop by Northlake Mall. New to Charlotte as of September 2005, Northlake features over 120 retail destinations. University City is also easily accessible to major attractions like Lowe’s Motor Speedway, Charlotte’s home for NASCAR and Concord Mills, home to hundreds of retail outlets. > Find Your University City Home

 
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