Once an old mill village, the historical neighborhood near North Davidson and 36th Street has since blossomed into Charlotte’s vibrant arts and entertainment district, attracting a new crop of trendy bars, restaurants and coffee shops, as well as cool co-working spaces, art galleries and live entertainment venues. Affectionately known as NoDa, Charlotte’s “center of inspiration” is brimming with things for you to see, do and explore. Don’t just take our word for it — discover for yourself what it means to live in the heart of NoDa.
Enjoy the convenience of living near I-77, I-85 and Highway 74. North Davidson Street is walkable from the community as is the Charlotte LYNX Light Rail Station, making it easy to travel into Uptown in minutes.
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1. You Thrive in a Vibrant Community Atmosphere
Whether you prefer to spend your days perusing the shops along North Davidson Street; socializing with friends over small plates, craft beer and cocktails; or listening to live music at any of the local venues, there’s plenty to see and do in this spirited and diverse neighborhood.
2. You Want to Surround Yourself with Arts & Culture
With most building facades illustrated with colorful murals, NoDa strikes the perfect balance of being eclectic, interesting and inclusive, with local artists and art lovers alike drawn to the area for its array of galleries and public art displays.
3. You’re a Serious Foodie
Ask any local and they’ll tell you that the biggest challenge to living in NoDa is deciding where and what to eat for dinner. NoDa is home to a plethora of delicious restaurants and a growing number of craft breweries, taprooms and cafes. No matter what you’re craving, you’re sure to find a tasty spot close to home.
How transit-friendly the neighborhood is. NoDa residents know they’re spoiled when it comes to options for commuting around The Queen City, with the I-77 and I-85 nearby. And with the LYNX Light Rail Station within walking distance to some of NoDa’s best attractions, restaurants and shops, we’d say they’re doubly blessed.
The strong sense of community and local charm. From yoga studios to craft brewing companies and eclectic cafes, small businesses make up the fabric of the community, and everyone is proud to support local.