If you’re looking for a neighborhood with a little bit of everything, center city Charlotte’s First Ward is the place to call home. Never a dull moment in this newly renovated quarter, every street corner boasts a host of local picks that give this swanky pocket a distinct Queen City vibe.
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Located in the southeast quadrant of the city, Charlotte’s Second Ward was once dubbed “Brooklyn” by its residents. After a huge renovation, though, the neighborhood took a turn for the chic, becoming the thriving business center it is today. Home to four large Wells Fargo offices and the Charlotte Convention Center, Second Ward is swarming with suits, keeping the city alive with economic excitement.
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When the busy streets of Trade and Tryon meet, head west towards Charlotte’s Third Ward for an uptown experience like no other. This “city within the city” started as a streetcar suburb in the late nineteenth century, but remnants of its modest history are only visible in the attitude of its current residents; the entirety of its architecture got a facelift when Charlotte became a banking capitol.
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When you think history, you should think of Charlotte’s Fourth Ward. Officially the historic district of the city, this neighborhood maps a vast number of classically Victorian homes in the midst of condominiums that now fence the remarkable community.
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