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Neighborhood spotlight: Colonial Village

Colonial Village is a booming south Charlotte neighborhood of homes mostly built in the late 1950s, with close proximity to  South Boulevard & light rail (the Scaleybark station).  This area has absolutely gone crazy in the last few years because of all the development and the “creep” of values from Dilworth & Sedgefield to the [...]

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Major residential projects are in the pipeline

Tons of residential development is on the horizon in some of Charlotte’s most popular neighborhoods. Some projects are already underway, and some are in the very early stages of planning, but all are significant additions to the Charlotte housing scene. Just north of Uptown on North Davidson Street, a three-acre plot of land will potentially be [...]

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Cotswold’s new assisted living facility exemplifies booming senior housing market

We already know that the real estate market in Charlotte is thriving. But, it is not just about new condo and apartment developments and single-family home sales. There is also a building boom happening for older residents. Take, for example, the new assisted living and memory care facility for senior citizens located on Randolph Road [...]

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Low inventory gives sellers the advantage

Housing supply is down, and buyers are pulling out all the stops. Inventory levels in Charlotte have been notoriously low, creating an optimal environment for a sellers market. With sellers having the upper hand, buyers are doing more than simply just submitting an offer and hoping for the best. It is becoming increasingly popular for [...]

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New South End location for Lenny Boy Brewing

Great news for all you beer and kombucha lovers! Lenny Boy Brewing Company is opening a new location in South End, and plans on a grand opening event in late August or early September at 3000 South Tryon Street. The South End brewery mainstay opened for business back in 2011 focused on brewing kombucha, and [...]

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Publix is moving in to Cotswold

Supermarket sweepers, this one’s for you! Cotswold already has pretty much everything you could possibly need or want in a warm, friendly and wonderfully located neighborhood just moments away from the center city. However, now another major grocer is moving in, making this neighborhood even better. Cotswold is getting a new Publix supermarket, although the [...]

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Market spotlight: NoDa

The Arts District, or NoDa, is home to numerous local art galleries on North Davidson Street.  It is Charlotte’s hub for the city’s best collection of galleries and performance venues, unique restaurants, and all-around fun. And, as the neighborhood has grown and become more and more desirable, so have the number of restaurants, bars and [...]

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Beautiful Eastover home: 2051 Vernon Drive

Check out this brand-new beauty at 2051 Vernon Drive in Eastover. Located southeast of Uptown Charlotte, Eastover boasts stately homes in a historic neighborhood that is home to the Mint Museum of Art on Randolph Road, as well as the Eastover Academy, one of Charlotte’s oldest and most popular elementary schools. Eastover is home to numerous [...]

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Move quickly on these new-construction homes

The real estate market in Charlotte is strong, and one of the most desirable qualities that buyers look for when shopping for a new home is new construction. With new-construction properties not staying on the market long, particularly when they are in a great location, the key is getting to them quickly. And that’s where [...]

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Charlotte is ready for the Super Bowl (party)

Get ready, Charlotte! Your team is in the Super Bowl. Your team. Is in. The Super Bowl! This is major news for the fans and the city of Charlotte alike. It’s ok if you can’t make it to the big game, but there is no need to watch the game from home. With so much [...]

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