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Charlotte Neighborhood Map
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Neighborhoods in Charlotte
Get to know the areas of “Queen City” with this Charlotte neighborhood map. From Dilworth to Myers Park and Uptown, explore the neighborhoods in Charlotte.
Uptown is Charlotte’s central business district and the heart of the city. It’s home to the Levine Museum, which explores the post-Civil War era to the present day. Uptown Charlotte’s skyline includes the iconic Duke Energy Center’s spire.
Known for being a comfortable and safe neighborhood, Dilworth is one of Charlotte’s oldest neighborhoods. It has a residential feel with bungalows and larger Craftsman-style houses. A fun fact is that Dilworth is known for having Charlotte’s first streetcar suburb.
South End is an up-and-coming neighborhood known for its converted warehouses and industrial appeal. It’s home to numerous breweries, unique restaurants, and the popular Rail Trail—a multi-use trail for walking, biking, and running.
SouthPark is an affluent neighborhood and major commercial district in Charlotte. It has upscale shopping at SouthPark Mall with luxury homes, condominiums, and apartments. South End is also home to the historic Atherton Mill and Market, which was originally built in 1892 as a cotton mill.
Situated in the southern part of Charlotte, Ballantyne is a suburban neighborhood. This neighborhood is known for its upscale homes, business parks, and top-rated schools. The Ballantyne Hotel and Resort features a championship golf course designed by PGA legend Dana Rader.
NoDa (North Davidson)
NoDa is a former mill district. But it’s transformed into a popular arts and entertainment district. In this neighborhood, you’ll find art galleries, live music venues, and unique shops. NoDa is also home to the Evening Muse, an intimate live music venue that hosts emerging musicians.
This eclectic neighborhood has an arts scene and a hip, bohemian atmosphere. Plaza Midwood has vintage and thrift stores so it’s perfect for those seeking one-of-a-kind items and retro finds.
This upscale neighborhood is often referred to as the city’s “Garden District” because of its lushness. Myers Park is home to the Wing Haven Gardens and Bird Sanctuary, which is like a peaceful retreat within the heart of the city. It’s also known for its proximity to Freedom Park.
Located just east of Uptown, Elizabeth is a historic neighborhood with a mix of architectural styles. It includes Craftsman bungalows and Victorian homes. It’s home to the picturesque Independence Park and has a quaint, small-town vibe.
Located near the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, University City is an area with a mix of residential, commercial, and educational institutions. It’s home to several shopping centers, dining options, and entertainment venues.