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If you enjoy contemporary sophistication, along with living in a vibrant urban environment, look no further than Metropolitan Midtown. This master-planned mixed-use urban environment is in the heart of Charlotte, bordered by the prestigious neighborhoods of Dilworth, Elizabeth, Eastover, and Myers Park. The 16-acre Sugar Creek Greenway surrounds the development, providing tranquil natural surroundings in the heart of the city.

Metropolitan Midtown puts you right near everything, including museums, sports events, the NASCAR Hall of Fame, the Carolina Panthers stadium, performing arts venues, and a host of cafés, restaurants, and shopping establishments.

Plaza Midwood

Plaza Midwood is one of Charlotte, NC’s most diverse and eclectic neighborhoods. Located just northeast of uptown, the area is home to a thriving business district, a picturesque historic neighborhood, and one of Charlotte’s most prestigious country clubs.

The focus of the neighborhood is The Plaza, a tree-lined boulevard that bisects it north to south, from Central Avenue to its intersection with Parkwood Avenue. The neighborhood gets its name from The Plaza and Midwood, one of its larger subdivisions.  It continues to be on of Charlotte’s “hottest’ neighborhoods.

The Plaza Midwood business district features an exciting blend of antique and consignment stores and art galleries. Boutique shops offer unique clothing and home furnishings and accessories. Locally-owned restaurants give diners the choice of everything from Southern homestyle cooking to authentic ethnic cuisine.

The predominant residential neighborhood of this area, Midwood, takes pride in its historic roots. Many of the bungalow-style homes have been restored to their turn-of-the-century charm and beauty. Pedestrian-friendly streets and sidewalks are shaded by crepe myrtles and ancient pin oaks, and lined by front-yard gardens.


NoDa, or “North Davidson”, is Charlotte’s Historic Arts District and is home to many eclectic art galleries, live music venues and local eateries. The neighborhood which surrounds the intersection of N. Davidson St. and 36th St. was a thriving textile community until the last mill closed in 1975. The NoDa neighborhood is transforming and is appealing to a younger demographic seeking residence in a hip part of town.

NoDa is undergoing revitalization and many homes in the area are being renovated and resold. Remodeled bungalows in NoDa average $400,000 pluswhile new-construction townhomes are selling for $200,000 and up.  In addition to historic mill houses, NoDa  residential construction boom in multifamily housing in recent years stems from the entertainment district focused on gallery crawls and art galleries, music venues and trending restaurants.


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