Short for North Davidson, this neighborhood is one of Charlotte’s trendiest, hip communities popular for it’s Historic Arts and Entertainment Districts. North of uptown, it hosts many art galleries, music venues, restaurants and local craft breweries. NoDA dedicates itself to living eco-friendly lifestyles, promoting the arts, and supporting small businesses.
NoDA dedicates itself to living eco-friendly lifestyles, promoting the arts, and supporting small businesses.
Community activities include: Gallery and pub crawls, softball Nights, Segway tours, scavenger hunts, pop-up galleries and art shows.
A Charlotte landmark, eclectic Amelie’s, a world famous French bakery and café is open 24 hrs. Their decadent treats were featured in the train scene in the movie, The Hunger Games . Definitely worth a visit. Click Here
There are several interesting, yummy restaurants. Cabo Fish Taco is a local hip favorite. Try their fried oyster tacos! Click Here
The NC Music Factory always has great headliners and indy-bands. Click Here
Light Rail is on it’s way here, making the area more accessible and expensive. Click Here
Home pricing for “The Arts District” is climbing rapidly due to the light rail expansion, historic homes that are more affordable than center town, and it’s trendy increase in shopping/dining options. Properties range from urban style lofts and condos to small bungalows circa 1920’s-1940’s. Newer builders are coming in and building infill with larger, pricier Craftsman style homes. A place to watch…fun, active lifestyle community with a high walk score.
Prices start about $275,000 for a one bedroom condo or 1000 sq ft “fixer upper” to $500,000 for a new 2500 sq foot home.