"Welcome to Dilworth, a historic Charlotte neighborhood that uniquely combines the charms of its original streetcar nature with unparalleled walkability to the vibrant East Boulevard retail/restaurant corridor and the 31 acre Latta Park. Dilworth consistently ranks among Charlotte’s finest close-in neighborhoods with its tree-lined streets, historic architecture and top-tier schools. Only minutes from Uptown, Midtown and Southpark, many Dilworth residents only have a short walk or bike/bus/car ride to and from the work place. For those who value the advantages of “in-fill living”, Dilworth is the place for you." Visit Historic Dilworth to read more.


Latta Park at Dilworth


Latta Park is a 31 acre urban park at 601 East Park Avenue in the Dilworth neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina. It features courts for tennis, volleyball, and basketball, as well as lots of benches and picnic facilities, playgrounds, walking trails, fitness trails, and soccer fields. Latta Park was designed to be kid-friendly and is one of the five Charlotte parks that feature a "sprayground", a water themed playground where children can splash and jump. Latta Park, as well as the neighborhood it sits in, are both named after Edward Dilworth Latta, the early 20th century Charlotte entrepreneur and real estate developer. The park was designed by the English landscape architect Joseph Forsyth Johnson. Adjacent to Latta Park is the Tom Sykes Recreation Center. Visit Wikipedia to read more.


Atherton Mill & Market


"Atherton Market is a community hub in the South End neighborhood showcasing the best that the Piedmont region has to offer from small local farms, talented chefs and artisans. In addition to produce, meat, seafood, eggs and a variety of dairy products, you can start your day at the Market with specialty coffee, pick up meals to go, create a garden with plants and supplies, or pick out home and bath care products." Visit Atherton Mill & Market to read more.


Uptown Charlotte


"Discover the allure of Charlotte’s Center City! The list of things to do in Charlotte is endless. Enjoy the scenic views by going for an exhilarating bike ride on one of the Charlotte nature trails. Spend a rainy day at one of the many museums in Charlotte. Whether your interests lie in art, in history, or in science, Charlotte’s museums have something educational and appealing for adults and children alike. Feast on the fine dining at any of the Charlotte restaurants in Uptown or Center City. From high-class to kid-friendly, the only difficult part about deciding where to eat is narrowing your options down to one; there are simply too many delicious places!" Visit Charlotte Center City to read more.


South End


"Welcome to the heartbeat of Charlotte. Where retro mixes with contemporary, historical bumps up against trendy, and art intersects commerce. Result: a pulsing, vibrant neighborhood in the city with meteoric growth. Okay, it also doesn’t hurt being close to Uptown, the airport, major highways, and smack dab on the LYNX light rail line. Still, it’s the quirky coolness of South End that’s so captivating. Beginning in the 1850s and reborn in the 1990s, today’s South End 2.0 is unique. As a place to live, to shop, to dine, to work, to party, to chill, there’s really nothing else like it in town. Start your explorations here, click away all you want." Visit Historic South End to read more.