Distinct neighborhoods. Distinct opportunities.

Proximity to the airport. Sparkling high-rise buildings. Adaptive reuse projects with nearby lunch spots and bars that help employees connect beyond the 9 – 5. Whatever you’re looking for, you’ll find it in our unique districts.

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The only way to go is up
Dotted with pro sports stadiums, museums, and performing arts centers, Charlotte’s “Downtown” and central business district has a daytime workforce of 130,000. Over 30,000 residents live in the city’s most urban neighborhood.
South End
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The fastest growing submarket in the southeast
South End is a tech and fintech powerhouse and is one of the hottest submarkets in the country, with a burgeoning live-work-play atmosphere. One of the youngest neighborhoods in Charlotte, with 54% of its 12,000 residents between the ages of 20 and 39, the district employs 17,000 people at employers like Lowe’s, LendingTree, and EY.
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A suburban office park that feels like an oasis.
Located in South Charlotte, adjacent to the 485 belt loop, this prominent office community with abundant open space is home to offices of over 30 Fortune 500 companies. Ballantyne’s redevelopment plan is evolving this district into the ideal live-work-play neighborhood.
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Go from here to anywhere.
West Charlotte has grown along with Charlotte Douglas International Airport, which makes it an appealing location for logistics and advanced manufacturing companies and other businesses that take advantage of the proximity to one of the world’s busiest transportation hubs.
University City
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The city’s second largest employment center
Home to the University of North Carolina Charlotte, University City is growing as both a major regional employment center and a diverse residential neighborhood—one of the city’s largest. The workforce is 75,000 and 171,000 residents live here.
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Luxury and space to expand, all just minutes from I-77.
Family-friendly SouthPark combines office space opportunity with exceptional retail and restaurants. A hub for the professional service sector, SouthPark is one of Charlotte’s most family-friendly and retail-abundant neighborhoods.

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