I was organizing some old family photographs the other day when I discovered something curious. There, in nearly every photograph, stood my architectural heritage.
Occupying even the smallest spot of ground is enough to qualify us as Lords and Ladies of one thing or another. It may be simply airspace, or it could be grounds fit for a queen, but the mere fact that it belongs to us is really the thing. #CLTRealEstate
Elizabeth is arguably one of the most beautiful neighborhoods, not only in Charlotte, but in the entire country. This historic community of charming homes was founded in 1897, while the majority of the neighborhood was established in the early 1900s and maintains much of its character [...]
Charlotte was recently ranked as one of the top 50 best cities to live in, ranking 15th among the 50 most desirable spots in the country. Home values jumped 7.4% last year and are predicted to increase by another 3.1% next year. There are five ZIP [...]
One305 Central is a new apartment building in Plaza Midwood slated to be completed this summer of 2017. The $50 million project will not only include 281 brand-new apartments, but will also include plenty of single-story retail space at the corner of the property. The space will be remodeled and leased to a restauranteur in the area.
Bicycle share programs are growing in popularity all over the country, and Charlotte is no exception. Charlottes B-cycle is going to be adding 30 new bike stations over the next year and a half, which is increasing the size of the bike sharing system by approximately double.
Inventory all over Charlotte is at a record low, creating a strong seller's market. Even with ongoing construction of new apartments, condos and subdivisions, supply can't keep up with demand and prices are rising. $500,000 may not go as far as it used to, but it can still score you a beautiful home, if you know where to look.
The Wilmore neighborhood is one of Charlotte's most popular up-and-coming neighborhoods. Charming, moderately-priced bungalows dating back to the 1920s and '30s speak to a gentler era when neighbors spent evenings on the front porch visiting with one another and enjoying sweet iced tea.