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South End

Historic South End had its beginning in the 1850s when the first railroad line came to Charlotte, connecting the Queen City to Columbia and Charleston, SC. Over the years a thriving manufacturing community sprang up along the tracks, centered on the burgeoning textile industry. Warehouses, Mills and other industrial building dot the landscape. The area declined during the 1970s and 80s, only to be revived in the 1990s as the city reinvested in the area bringing restaurants, shops, and design-related industries. The once vacant Mills were re-discovered and now house a variety of business. Today you will find a Trolley line passing through this area. Condos, retail and offices have all sprung up along this rail corridor creating a vibrant 24-hour neighborhood.


Walking Distance to: Bank of America Stadium (home of the Panthers), many shops, design firms, restauraunts and
Minutes from Uptown
Trolley/Light Rail Transit Stations along South Blvd
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