Communities We Serve
We specialize in temporary and relocation housing across Charlotte and our coverage area ranges from the uptown area to 8 miles south to the Ballantyne area. Our furnished short term and interim housing options include condos, townhomes and homes.
Our offerings serve all of Charlotte’s historic streetcar communities (Dilworth, Eastover, Elizabeth, Myers Park, NoDA), as well as SouthPark. Most of our offerings include 1, 2 and 3 bedroom properties, however we have on occasion offered larger properties within our portfolio.
Please meet the Charlotte communities we love and are proud to serve with our offerings, and contact us with any questions.
Welcome to Charlotte’s uptown which is the heart of one of the fastest-growing cities in the United States, where there is always something to do, from professional sports and museums to restaurants and nightlife. From Fortune 500 companies to small startups, the business and career opportunities are unlike that of any other city in the South. Welcome to Uptown.
Uptown Charlotte, aka Charlotte Center City, is the heartbeat of the Queen City. Tens of thousands of people come to work and play each day. It is the city’s business center, its cultural center, and its entertainment center. But it is also a wonderful place to live. From gorgeous new condo buildings to revitalized Victorian homes from a bygone era, there is something for everyone in this fast-paced yet friendly community, and each home is just minutes from all of these amazing opportunities.
Uptown is divided into four different wards, each with its own unique character and charm. The First Ward, nicknamed the “Garden District,” is a popular entertainment spot and home to attractions like the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center and Time Warner Cable. The Second Ward is more business-oriented with government buildings and offices. The Third Ward is home to Bank of America stadium, as well as a bustling restaurant scene and a bit of the college life, and the Fourth Ward is largely residential and has undergone something of a facelift over the last few decades.
Dilworth is home to charming historic bungalows and Queen Anne-style homes which sit along walkable tree-lined streets. Dilworth has nationally ranked schools, low crime rates, access to top attractions, and friendly neighbors.
While many of Charlotte’s neighborhoods were built over the last few decades, Dilworth is the exception to the rule. The old streetcar suburb dates back to the late 1800s, and residents work hard to preserve that history which just adds character to the homes, businesses, and streets of today. The neighborhood is truly unlike anything else in the city. Located just south of Uptown, residents can practically walk to attractions and businesses. They can also walk to an assortment of locally-owned shops and restaurants on a crisp Carolina afternoon.
Dilworth is an attractive neighborhood for a multitude of reasons. One of the city’s most popular parks with ball fields, playgrounds, and picnic areas is also located within its boundaries. On any given evening, you will see neighbors out walking their dogs, sitting on their big front porches, or taking an evening stroll to a local eatery, and they will always wave hello or stop to chat.
There is a place just south of Uptown Charlotte that feels as if it is a world away from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet it is just a mile or two from many businesses and hotspots. The historic, sought-after residential community features, beautiful historic homes and estates, gently rolling hills, large shaded lots, and some of the friendliest neighbors you will find in North Carolina. Welcome to Eastover.
Eastover dates back to 1927, and it has watched generations of its original families grow up, prosper, and raise their own families within the community. However, these old familiar faces gladly welcome newcomers with open arms. This is just one reason why Eastover is one of the most sought-after places to live in all of Charlotte and its metropolitan area.
Other reasons include proximity to great schools, beautiful parks, and local churches. Small local shops and restaurants are practically within walking distances, and the business and entertainment opportunities in Uptown Charlotte are just minutes away. As for architecture, you will not find more beautiful homes anywhere else in the city. From Georgian to Tudor styles, sprawling estates and large bungalows sit on large, shady lots among the community’s lush greenery, mature oak trees, and babbling creeks. Residents love that they can count on a quick commute time and spend their evenings kicking back and relaxing in this peaceful neighborhood.
Elizabeth is one of Charlotte’s most unique and sought-after neighborhoods, and residents cannot get enough. Located just south of Uptown — so close you can actually walk there — the neighborhood exudes character, from its businesses and homes to its residents and reputation. The tree-lined streets are some of the most walkable in the entire city, which makes it easy to go grab a cup of coffee or check out one of the trendy locally-owned shops.
The proximity to Uptown also makes it easy to get to work. Some of the city’s top employers, such as Novant Health, Atrium Health, Wells Fargo, and Bank of America, are just minutes away, which means more time hanging out with friends and family and less time in a car or bus. This also means access to some of Charlotte’s most popular entertainment venues, museums, and sports arenas. The community truly offers something for everyone.
If you think Uptown is all there is to Charlotte, you have never been to SouthPark. Defined as the area surrounding SouthPark Mall, the neighborhood in South Charlotte is just a few miles south of Uptown and has a reputation for attracting residents who like a little luxury.
It also attracts about 40,000 employees who work at places like Bank of America, Coca-Cola, Nucor, CSX, Fluor, Truist, and Piedmont Natural Gas. The schools here are some of the best in the state, and the neighborhoods are established and nestled away with wooded lots and tree-lined streets. Whether you work in the area and hate sitting in traffic or you want to raise your family in a semi-urban environment with some perks of the suburbs, SouthPark is a wonderful place to call home.
NoDa (North Davidson Arts District)
A charming vintage mill village turned walkable arts district. A funky, eclectic neighborhood packed with local eateries, boutiques, art galleries, live music venues, and historic bungalow homes. Welcome to NoDa.
Located about two miles northeast of Uptown, you will find one of Charlotte’s most unique communities. NoDa, short for North Davidson Arts District, is a haven for everyone from artists to young professionals. It is one of Charlotte’s most walkable neighborhoods and also one of its most tight-knit. There is always a community event to attend, such as the annual pumpkin carving, outdoor movie nights, softball games, trivia nights, block parties, and scavenger hunts.
Locally-owned businesses line the streets and twice a month, residents gather in town for art gallery crawls. Every street in the district oozes with a creative vibe you will not find anywhere else in North Carolina. When they are not checking out the art galleries, residents are heading out to enjoy a drink at a local pub, catch some live music, or enjoy a delicious meal from restaurants offering an assortment of dishes from around the world. NoDa residents also take great pride in supporting their local businesses and artists.
Lake Wylie serves as the only accessible and easy to use lake in South Charlotte. First created in 1904 by a dam near Fort Mill, SC, Lake Wylie is one of the oldest reservoirs in North and South Carolina. It has over 5 accessible boat ramps and has a shore length of 325 miles. The best part of Lake Wylie is that its immediately accessible from the uptown, Dilworth, Eastover, Elizabeth, South Park, Steel Creek and all areas south of uptown. It also has all of the modern conveniences in reach that you need – upscale grocery store, spas, restaurants, entertainment, and some of the most beautiful sunsets in North and South Carolina.