Explore Charlotte’s Communities
Ballantyne, just minutes from Uptown, is a beautiful community in Southeast Charlotte that holds great real estate opportunities just waiting to be discovered. Built to help accommodate the city’s rapid growth, Ballantyne offers its residents a plethora of fantastic dining, entertainment and shopping options and features gorgeous, newly-constructed homes and large, eye-catching office buildings.
A gorgeous community featuring a large collection of prestigious homes, SouthPark is one of Charlotte’s largest neighborhoods- both residential and business. With a large number of premier restaurants, residents of the SouthPark area are never at a loss when it comes to choosing an evening meal. SouthPark also does shopping on a grand scale, as well- featuring the SouthPark Mall, Charlotte’s top upscale shopping center.
For those looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city without traveling too far away from Uptown, look no further than Myers Park. Originally built as a garden suburb in the early 1900’s, Myers Park is one of most prestigious neighborhoods in all of Charlotte. With its winding, willow-lined roads and its picturesque homes, Myers Park residents get the relaxed neighborhood feel without leaving the big city.
The oldest suburb in Charlotte, Dilworth was developed in the 1890’s and provided Charlotteans with a new luxury – a place to live outside the city. Many of the homes in Dilworth are bungalow-style homes with large front porches, but there is the occasional Queen Anne or Colonial Revival thrown in for good measure. Sprinkled throughout Dilworth is a number of condominiums, offices and retail spaces, as well. Due to it’s proximity to Uptown, Dilworth is a highly walkable community that features a number of busy eateries and bars.
Only a short drive from Uptown, Lake Norman is a booming area that features a wealth of beautiful lakeside homes, shops, restaurants and attractions. A man-made lake built by Duke Energy, Lake Norman helps supply power to all of Mecklenburg county. For beautiful lakeside living only a short drive from Uptown, look no further than Lake Norman.
Living in Uptown Charlotte can’t be beat. Not only do you get easy access to a number of cultural and entertainment amenities but you also live right next to some of the finest bars and restaurants in all of Charlotte. Take a quick walk through one of Uptown’s beautiful parks or go for a jog along one of its breathtaking greenways and take in all the sights and sounds of Uptown.