Also known as the Arts District, the NoDa corridor is seeing a
lot of interest as a there has been a resurgence in the community.
In the past five years, NoDa has been discovered by a wave of
artists and dancers who have spruced up old mill homes, doubling
their investments. The main thoroughfare is North Davidson Street,
which runs north right out of downtown. Along this street you'll
find a historic textile mill, warehouses and rail lines. With
such creativity in the area, it's no wonder that "NoDa"
has become its own arts district, complete with significant galleries,
shops and restaurants. Keep an eye out for Gallery Crawl nights,
when the air here is filled with electricity. Or check out the
Neighborhood Theatre, a restored church/adult movie house that
now brings in some of the country's finest singer-songwriters.
Preliminary plans for light rail show stations at 27th Street
& N Davidson and 36th St & N Davidson. Eventually this
light rail corridor should connect this area to the Uptown, and
University area. The area also benefits from its close proximity
to the Uptown. Recently the NoDa Artists Network Gallery opened
at North Davidson and 28th Street.