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NoDa – Sandra Godley, Broker, NC REALTOR®

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Country Club Heights: Mid-century charm close to Uptown

Charlotte’s Country Club Heights is an in-town neighborhood full of character and charming homes built primarily in the 1950s and 1960s. The neighborhood is convenient to Uptown as well as NoDa and Plaza Midwood, two of the city’s hippest areas of town. Country Club Heights is roughly bordered by Eastway Drive, Central Avenue, Hilliard Drive and Charlotte Country Club to…

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NoDa Street Market signs DeeJai, brewery

A brewery, Thai restaurant and coffee house/pub are among the newest tenants added to the roster for the $2.45 million project under way in North Davidson. The market parcel, which will span the two buildings located at 3701 and 3629 N. Davidson Street, is about 1.25 acres. The entire project will encompass approximately 23,000 square feet of “industrial chic” space…

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Spotlight: Up-and-coming Eastwood Park

Charlotte’s Eastwood Park is a neighborhood full of possibilities. With affordable homes and location close to some of the city’s most popular hot spots, the enclave of older homes checks all the boxes for in-town living. Eastwood Park, which is mostly 1950s brick and partial brick ranches, is located between The Plaza and Eastway Drive at East Sugar Creek Road…

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Hart's Soda parking it permanently in NoDa

In October, Hart’s Soda Shop will add a family-friendly drink option to NoDa when it opens its brick-and-mortar location in the heart of the Arts District, according to a recent report. For more than a year, Hart’s has been whipping up tasty floats and sodas from its vintage VW Bus and popping up at food truck rallies and private events.…

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City Council OKs NoDa townhome project

  Thirty-five new townhomes will share the block with Heist Brewery after the Charlotte City Council approved on Monday the Saussy Burbank plan. The Charlotte-based builder submitted a rezoning petition with the city in April for 30 townhomes that will face North Brevard and East 33rd streets, flanking the block’s existing structures. The final plan for the approximately 2,200-square-foot residences…

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City Council green lights NoDa, Elizabeth projects

The Charlotte City Council on Monday approved rezoning petitions for a mixed-use project in NoDa as well as apartments on the site of Jackalope Jacks bar and restaurant in Elizabeth. The mixed-use project in the arts district is adjacent to the 36th Street LYNX light rail station between 35th and 36th streets. The site is currently used as warehouse space.…

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Drakeford plans NoDa, Plaza Midwood condos

Two pieces of land are up for rezoning plans for construction of two townhome communities along Central Avenue in Plaza Midwood and 36th Street in NoDa. The Drakeford Company plans on 16 three-story townhomes at the northwest corner of Central and Chatham avenues in Plaza Midwood that would start in the $300,000s. The half-acre plot of land is currently occupied…

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Life in artsy, vibrant NoDa

Oscar Wilde said “Life imitates art far more than art imitates life.” There may be no place in Charlotte where that phrase is truer than NoDa. Whether you refer to it as NoDa, North Davidson, North Charlotte or The Arts District does not matter,  but just do not call this diverse neighborhood boring! Bordered roughly by North Sugar Creek Road,…

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