We get it — finding a community to call home can be a little overwhelming. And while you might be inclined to narrow down your search to the fully-developed pockets of the city, there’s something to be said for investing in a growing area early on. Enter West Charlotte, home to Empire’s West End Towns community. From budding new developments, an up-and-coming culinary scene and modern conveniences at your fingertips — we’re breaking down 3 reasons to invest in a home in West Charlotte.
The Redevelopment of Savona Mill
Once a historic textile mill, Savona Mill is set to emerge as a 30-acre redevelopment project, bringing in an influx of new retailers, office space, restaurants and 600 new apartments. With groundbreaking for the first phase set for October, this development signifies massive growth for the area. The project will feature state-of-the-art amenities and an unprecedented connection to greenspace and gardens with direct access to the expanded Stewart Creek Greenway and nearly 40 acres of adjacent parks.
A Budding Culinary Scene
New businesses continue to gravitate towards West Charlotte, including a slew of highly-anticipated new restaurants. Residents can look forward to nine new restaurants and businesses coming to the area by early 2023. Whether you’re in the mood for Mexican street food, or tapas and wine, a home in West Charlotte means you’re never far from the tastiest eats.
Here are a few new restaurants we can’t wait to try:
Azul Tacos and Beer
Boxcar Bar + Bites
Runaway Whiskey and Wine
Close to It All
For those days when you want to ditch your car in favor of a leisurely walk or bike ride, West Charlotte is the perfect place to be. Seversville is the 35th most walkable neighborhood in Charlotte, meaning you’re always steps away from things to do and places to go. This area is also conveniently located just minutes away from the 510 CityLYNX Gold Line and the 33 Bus Bridge bus at the Wesley Heights CityLYNX stop, meaning you’ll always have access to core parts of the city.
Images courtesy of: Foundry Commercial (A Budding Economy).