- Charlotte is a city of both traditional and modern tastes. The city's architecture stylishly blends historical homes and new developments. Some areas of interest to be sure to check out include: Dilworth, Elizabeth, Myers Park, Plaza Midwood, and Uptown.
- Charlotte is home to many corporate headquarters and major industrial employers.
- Charlotte offers more than 700 different houses of worship (all denominations).
- This area of North Carolina is famous for its family atmosphere and southern charm.
- Nightlife abounds! There is a huge variety of clubs, pubs, sports bars, restaurants, gallery crawls and coffee houses.
- The city grows every day - one of its latest additions is the Johnson and Wales Culinary Institute.
A wealth of shopping experiences from major shopping malls to small, specialized boutiques.
- NFL - Carolina Panthers
- NBA - Charlotte Bobcats
- NASCAR - Home of Lowe's Motor Speedway
- PGA - Wachovia Championship
- WNBA - Charlotte Sting
- Minor League Hockey - Charlotte Checkers
- Minor League Baseball - Charlotte Knights
- NCAA Sports - University of North Carolina at Charlotte
- January: average low 30º - average high 49º
- June: average low 70º - average high 89º
- Sunny days: 214/ year
- Average precipitation: 43.1 in.
- Average snowfall: 5 to 6 in.
- Two large lakes within half an hour of Charlotte
- Just over three hours to the South Carolina beaches
- Two hours to the North Carolina mountains
- Many beautiful golf courses in town
- Many parks all around town
- Active community
- YMCA network with over 10 locations in the Charlotte area, including one less than two miles from CMC
- Year-round festivals and events
We have it all! A great variety less than one mile from Carolina Medical Center (CMC): choices include Southern cooking, sushi, Italian, Mexican, seafood and more.
Resident Living Choices
- Most residents live within a 10-mile radius
- Average commute is under 20 minutes
- Safe and affordable housing
- Small town neighborhood feel in a big city
- Excellent public school system
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