Only a few minutes outside of the urban Uptown setting is the highly popular Chantilly neighborhood with its mix of older and newer homes set amid quiet streets shaded by mature trees. The neighborhood is ...
Myers Park is home to some of Charlotte’s most prestigious addresses. The affluent neighborhood’s oak trees are just as grand as its homes. Its proximity to Uptown and SouthPark are just added bonuses to calling ...
Historic Elizabeth has long been one of the the Queen City’s most desirable neighborhoods and continues to thrive and grow as land around the Uptown area becomes more scarce and prices skyrocket. One need only ...
Brooks Brothers…. Burgers Buttoned Down in Noda You won’t find many suits at Brook’s (brothers) Sandwich House in Noda. This local burger dive is famous with Charlottean’s that know what a good burger is. Truck drivers, utility ...
Rent is on the rise all over Charlotte, with nearly a 7% increase from where it was just a year ago. Many new construction projects that are in the works are trying to keep up with demand, which is good news for those who are looking to rent. Plus, all of these new apartment communities […]
Spring is here, which means winter coats are a way of the past, and it is time to soak up the beautiful Spring weather. Why dine inside when you can take advantage of fantastic patio seating? The superhot neighborhoods of Plaza Midwood and NoDa offer lots of casual and laid back outdoor patio eatery options […]
Plenty of new buildings are gracing the Uptown Charlotte skyline, and in addition to changing the way the city looks during the day, these new towers are also creating quite a view at night. Colored lighting is adding a splash of color, which is usually reserved for holidays and sporting events, but will sometimes make […]
The massive Rea Farms development at Providence Road is underway and construction is moving quickly. Currently in the works are hundreds of apartment units as well as a new gym, and the construction of more retail as well as senior living space are on deck. The mixed-use complex is taking over a 190-acre lot that […]
A new dining spot is moving in to NoDa. A 5,000 square-foot restaurant space at the corner of North Davidson and 36th Street is soon going to be home to Moo & Brew’s second location. The original Moo & Brew restaurant/bar that opened last May is in Plaza Midwood, and it is only half the size […]
The hotel and construction boom continues in Uptown Charlotte. The brand new Intercontinental Hotel going up in Uptown will feature 250 lavish hotel rooms and will target international luxury travelers. The company has properties all over the world in major cities including Los Angeles, New York, Miami, Sao Paulo and Beijing. Other new hotels that are […]
If you are a fan of food truck dining, then you will be excited to hear that the new rules recently passed by Charlotte City Council are now making it easier for food trucks to do business in the city. These new rules will make permitting easier and will allow food trucks to stay open […]
Technology continues to make our lives easier and easier. A new smartphone app will soon be available that will allow light rail riders the opportunity to purchase tickets via the app rather than waiting in line to do so. This will give more passengers an opportunity to buy a ticket without risking missing a train […]
In an effort to share unique art collections and to bring art into a variety of communities, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and the Harvey B. Gantt center for African-American Arts + Culture are launching Inside|Out Charlotte as part of a partnership with the John S. And James L. Knight Foundation.While there is plenty of culture […]
New real estate development, job growth and capital investment are major traditional indicators of the economic health of an area. However a new measure of economic success is based on “the number of new firms born versus the number of new firms that die. Essentially, a region is economically dynamic if more firms are born […]