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Enclave at Oakhurst

1636 Chippendale Rd, Charlotte, NC 28205
$1,150 - $1,260 | 2 Beds

(980) 500-8511

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Post Gateway Place

120 N Cedar St, Charlotte, NC 28202
$1,000 - $3,145 | Studio - 3 Beds

(844) 216-2266

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Addison Park

6225 Hackberry Creek Trl, Charlotte, NC 28269
$925 - $2,040 | 1 - 3 Beds

(980) 337-3802

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The Pointe by Cortland

6530 Free Throw Ct, Charlotte, NC 28217
$1,073 - $1,482 | 1 - 2 Beds

(844) 281-5967

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Metro 808

808 Hawthorne Ln, Charlotte, NC 28204
$945 - $2,708 | Studio - 3 Beds

(980) 222-3515

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Elan at Mallard Creek Apartment Homes

2305 New England St, Charlotte, NC 28269
$1,014 - $4,407 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 234-3026

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District Flats

1449 S Church St, Charlotte, NC 28203
$1,370 - $2,649 | Studio - 2 Beds

(980) 242-2288

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Madison Southpark Apartment Homes

4605 Colony Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226
$1,007 - $3,351 | 1 - 3 Beds

(980) 474-2561

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Camden Cotton Mills

520 W 5th St, Charlotte, NC 28202
$1,229 - $2,059 | Studio - 2 Beds

(844) 502-7865

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The Arboretum

7700 Arboretum Dr, Charlotte, NC 28270
$973 - $1,770 | 1 - 2 Beds

(980) 498-9260

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The Hamptons

8415 University Station Cir, Charlotte, NC 28269
$1,083 - $1,456 | 2 - 4 Beds

(704) 743-4597

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Yards at NoDa

703 Rollerton Rd, Charlotte, NC 28205
$1,105 - $5,604 | Studio - 3 Beds

(980) 337-3885

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Vanguard Northlake

11010 Northlake Landing Dr, Charlotte, NC 28216
$988 - $2,128 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 318-5226

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Grand Reserve At Pavilions

1801 Willow Haven Ln, Charlotte, NC 28262
$890 - $2,357 | 1 - 3 Beds

(980) 242-2467

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Element South

15711 Clems Creek Ln, Charlotte, NC 28277
$1,023 - $2,504 | Studio - 3 Beds

(980) 242-3761

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M Station

6215 Forest Way Dr, Charlotte, NC 28212
$983 - $1,810 | Studio - 3 Beds

(704) 288-5184

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Somerset

1400 Ventura Way Dr, Charlotte, NC 28213
$699 - $899 | Studio - 3 Beds

(980) 242-5186

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Wesley Village

2715 Wet Stone Way, Charlotte, NC 28208
$1,138 - $4,211 | 1 - 3 Beds

(704) 274-3473

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Reserve at Providence

5931 Providence Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226
$770 - $1,825 | 1 - 4 Beds

(704) 930-0196

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Presley Uptown

900 E Stonewall St, Charlotte, NC 28204
$946 - $2,773 | Studio - 3 Beds

(844) 281-1179

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Axis Berewick

7015 Skye Bridge Way, Charlotte, NC 28278
$1,095 - $2,605 | 1 - 3 Beds

(844) 517-3553

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Camden Grandview Townhomes

309 E Morehead St, Charlotte, NC 28202
$3,519 - $4,679 | 2 - 3 Beds

(844) 857-0132

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1100 South

1100 South Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28203
$1,345 - $2,545 | Studio - 2 Beds

(844) 532-0957

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The Village at Commonwealth

1308 Lorna St, Charlotte, NC 28205
$1,241 - $3,328 | 1 - 3 Beds

(704) 601-7229

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Alpha Mill

220 Alpha Mill Ln, Charlotte, NC 28206
$1,165 - $2,970 | Studio - 2 Beds

(704) 601-7198

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Guide to Charlotte

Charlotte, NC Apartments for Rent

There’s a joke in Charlotte, North Carolina that visitors only visit once. Why? Because they fall in love with the city and stay! The Queen City is certainly majestic – it spreads across the gently rolling hills of the Carolina Piedmont, just east of the Catawba River and south of Lake Norman. And while residents may joke about visitors staying, there’s no question Charlotte’s population is booming. Charlotte is one of the nation’s fastest-growing cities and is a major financial hub.

Charlotte is a major college town, home to the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Johnson & Wales University, Central Piedmont Community College, and Queens University of Charlotte. Davidson, a suburb of Charlotte, is home to Davidson College – one of the top liberal arts colleges in the US.

Perhaps one visit had you hooked, as well! Or perhaps you’ll be attending UNC Charlotte. Or maybe you want to become a part of Charlotte’s thriving financial, technical, and business climate. No matter what the reason you want to rent an apartment in Charlotte, here’s the buzz about the Queen City!

Things to Do in Charlotte:

Charlotte has long attracted new residents. Thomas Spratt was among the first European settlers to arrive to the area that is now Charlotte back in 1755. Once you’ve selected your Charlotte apartment, learn more about the city’s long and impressive history! Start at the Charlotte Museum of History then head for the impressive grandeur that is the Duke Mansion. The Historic Duke Mansion was built in 1915 and includes the impressive Southern mansion and award-winning gardens.

Built around 1800, the historic Latta Plantation is a living history farm. This former cotton plantation hosts tours as well as special events, including Civil War reenactments, festivals, and a children’s summer camp.

The historic Rosedale Plantation, built in 1815, is a huge 4,600-square-foot home. While the plantation once contained 919 acres, today there are 8.5 acres remaining. The plantation offers tours and hosts weddings and special events.

Now that you are familiar with Charlotte’s past, it’s time to “fast” forward to the present and the NASCAR Hall of Fame! Check out the exhibits, attend an event, check out Heritage Speedway, or have lunch at the Pit Stop Café.

Perhaps you prefer art museums to race cars. Charlotte has you covered with the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Anne Neilson Fine Art, the McColl Center for Art and Innovation, and the NoDa Arts District to explore.

Charlotte is home to Carowinds, a 398-acre amusement park. Boomerang Bay, a 20-acre water park, is located within Carowinds. If you love roller coasters, be sure to check out the latest roller coaster, Fury 325. This is the world’s tallest and fastest giga coaster. The coaster travels up to 95 miles per hour and is 6,602 feet long with a 325-foot lift height. Other rides include the Carolina Cyclone, the Carolina Cobra, Nighthawk, the Hurler, and the Intimidator.

The US National Whitewater Center offers thrilling outdoor adventures such as whitewater rafting, kayaking, rock climbing, mountain biking, zip lines, a canopy tour, and rope courses. The center is located on 500 acres along the Catawba River and includes a picnic area, restaurant, gift shop, and concession stands.

If you prefer your thrilling adventures in the form of Broadway shows and musical performances, the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center hosts everything from the Charlotte Symphony to the Martha Graham Dance Company to Broadway plays to stand-up comedians. The Bojangles’ Coliseum opened in 1955 as Charlotte’s first major sports and entertainment venue. The coliseum hosts music concerts, rodeos, competitions, and family shows.

Sports fans will love cheering on the NFL Carolina Panthers at the Bank of America Stadium! This 74,455-seat stadium is located in Uptown. The stadium is also used for college sports events, concerts, and special events. The NBA Charlotte Hornets play at Time Warner Cable Arena, a large arena that also hosts the AHL ice hockey team, the Charlotte Checkers.

What to Consider When Moving to Charlotte:

The Queen City is also the Hornet’s Nest. The second nickname came about during the American Revolution, when hostile residents drove British commander General Cornwallis out of the city. The General later declared that Charlotte was a “hornet’s nest of rebellion.” The NBA Charlotte Hornets derive their name from this historical event.

Charlotte is a major financial center, and it is also home to many Fortune 500 companies. Bank of America, Duke Energy, Food Lion, Harris Teeter, Lance Inc., Sonic Automotive, and Chiquita Brands International are all located in Charlotte.

NASCAR is huge here, so if you’re not a fan yet – you will be soon! Charlotte is home to several NASCAR offices in addition to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The Charlotte Motor Speedway is located in nearby Concord.

When looking at Charlotte apartments to rent, be aware that the city contains nearly 200 neighborhoods. Uptown is the heart of the city and home to several major businesses, museums (including the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art and the Mint Museum), more than 200 restaurants, 50 nightclubs and bars, and a multitude of shops. Uptown Charlotte contains several smaller wards.

NoDa is a trendy village in North Charlotte. The neighborhood is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is home to historic mill houses and apartment communities. NoDa is a major art and entertainment district, home to a variety of art galleries, restaurants, and music venues.

University City surrounds UNC Charlotte and contains University Research Park, one of the largest research parks in North Carolina. Bordering University City are attractions that include Concord Mills Mall and Charlotte Motor Speedway.

The Historic South End is hip and trendy, featuring a variety of shops, restaurants, and bars located in historic mills and warehouses. The South End dates back to the early 1850s with the development of a railroad line. The Historic Charlotte Trolley Museum is located in the neighborhood.

Why Charlotte Apartments Are Hot:

There’s a reason Charlotte is buzzing! This terrific city is the second-largest in the Southeast and the 16th largest city in the nation. Charlotte is a sports town, a college town, an arts town, and the place for exciting outdoor adventures.  With a diverse population, a variety of interesting neighborhoods, and beautiful parks such as the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, it’s no wonder visitors to Charlotte decide not to leave! Ready to live royally in the Queen City? Find your apartment in Charlotte now!

Why Charlotte?

  • It’s the home of NASCAR and the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
  • Rafting, hiking, and climbing at the US National Whitewater Center.
  • Natural beauty with more than 210 parks covering over 17,500 acres.
  • Shopping, dining, entertainment, and the nightlife in The EpiCenter.
  • Museums, theater, fine arts, and the popular Discovery Place.
  • Several golf courses and the PGA Tour’s Quail Hollow Championship.

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