South End is where history meets creative innovation. The result is a vibrant neighborhood where you can walk to Uptown, ride your bike on Charlotte’s Rail Trail, and have easy access to I-77, I-85, and the airport. It is the fastest-growing submarket in the United States for apartments with an increase in construction of more than 100% since 2012.
Uptown, Charlotte’s central business district, is home to a variety of industries and more than 1,200 businesses of all sizes—from tech startups to Fortune 500 companies—and the corporate headquarters for Bank of America and Duke Energy. Uptown’s office market draws strong demand from tenants across a variety of industries. Employment has grown by 57% over the past 10 years. This demand is spurring new development throughout the region. Uptown is a mecca for sports fans. 125+ regular season games of NBA, NFL, and MLB take place in Uptown every year. Soon to have MLS team in 2021.
Located just outside the central business district, Midtown features both a refined commercial corridor and some of Charlotte’s most desirable residential neighborhoods. Midtown is home to the city’s original suburb, Dilworth, which epitomizes the best of what Charlotte has to offer with mature tree lined streets, fine dining, fantastic greenways, and endless shopping options. To be so close in proximity to the energy of the urban core, and yet provide such a peaceful enclave helps Midtown truly separate itself as a premiere submarket in the southeast.
Original suburb of Charlotte. Dilworth's historic, tree-lined streets are home to a combination of bungalows and modern luxury apartments, where neighboring friends and families gather together for block parties and holiday festivities. Wine bars, coffee shops and eateries galore are sprinkled generously between these homes, making for one of Charlotte's most walkable – and most visited – neighborhoods.