Charlotte Neighborhoods | First Ward
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With striking views of Uptown, many of the homes in Charlotte’s First Ward have a set-apart feel, as if sitting on the edge of the hustle and bustle, but in a neighborhood all their own. In addition to being the location of entertainment venues including the Time Warner Cable Arena, the Spirit Square portion of the North Carolina Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, and the Levine Museum of the New South, the First Ward is home to the Garden District. The Garden District is a unique neighborhood of single family homes, townhomes, and condos master planned to include both open and private spaces for residents including parks, greenways, yards, courtyards, and sizable porches and balconies.
Changes are on the horizon for the First Ward, with an urban village project currently being planned and developed that will include a 4.5-acre park, an arbor pool, and an open green area the size of a football field. New condos, apartments, hotel rooms, retail locations, and six to seven public and private parking decks will round out the space and dramatically add to the living spaces currently offered in this vibrant Charlotte Center City neighborhood.
The quadrant of Center City Charlotte that lies directly to the east of the intersection of Trade and Tryon, bounded by North Tryon on the northwest, East Trade on the southwest, and I-277 on the northeast and southeast.
Current Properties for Sale in the First Ward
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