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Ballantyne is located 18 miles south of Uptown and is fondly regarded as the emerald city of the Charlotte region.
Cotswold is located 10 minutes south of Uptown Charlotte and encompasses the area between Providence Road and Randolph Road.
Bordering the southern side of Uptown Charlotte and nestled between SouthEnd and Myers Park, Dilworth is a magnet for residents and visitors.
Myers Park and Eastover are historic neighborhoods located just a few minutes south of Uptown. They were Charlotte’s first street car communities.
Lake Norman is the largest man-made lake in North Carolina and boasts 520 miles of shoreline extending into four counties.
Lake Wylie is a census designated place in York County, South Carolina, and it is also the name of the beautiful man-made lake with 325 miles of shoreline.
The SouthEnd is one of Charlotte’s fastest growing communities and has been undergoing revitalization over the past 20 years.
SouthPark is situated six miles south of Uptown and is considered to be part of the South Charlotte area. SouthPark was once part of a 3,000 acre farm.
Uptown Charlotte, also known as Center City, is a bustling metropolis that serves as the hub of Charlotte, providing work, entertainment, dining, and living.