First Ward neighborhoods offer detailed craftsmanship, timeless architecture, modern designs and metropolitan living. Uptown Charlotte’s First Ward community has recently received an award and was rejuvenated through the HUN HOPE VI grant for $41.6 million. This neighborhood is home to roughly 1,000 residents, including the Charlotte Bobcats Arena, Sprint Square Arts Center, Levine Museum of the New South, Imaginon, and the Mint Museum of Craft + Design. These listings feature Courtside Condos, Street Condos, Cityview Townes and Lofts, Skyline Townhomes, as well as different residential Townhomes. View all properties available in the First Ward (updated daily).
Second Ward neighborhoods house an energetic, dynamic, and lively urban community nestled in the southeast quad of uptown Charlotte, surrounded by Trade and Tryon Street near the I-277 highway loop. Known for years as “Brooklyn”, Second Ward recently was also revitalized and is now commonly known as “the government district”. This neighborhood underwent a rush of thrilling new commercial, entertainment, and residential expansion. The Second Ward now includes a large entertainment area called EpiCenter, Charlotte’s new NASCAR Hall of Fame, and many chic and stylish condos. View all properties available in the Second Ward (updated daily).
Third Ward neighborhoods offer a wide variety of diverse living that includes young professionals, empty nesters, residential family living, and even long time residents. Third Ward focuses on sports and entertainment with the Bank of America Stadium within walking distance of many homes, as well as a new AAA Baseball Stadium with a 5-acre park in the planning stages. This neighborhood in uptown Charlotte has a mix of homes for single families, condos and apartments, with new housing developments being planned, under construction, or are nearing their completion. View all properties available in the Third Ward (updated daily).
Fourth Ward neighborhoods offer a historical community from exquisite Victorian properties to luxury condos, with beautiful parks and many different businesses. Back in the mid-1800’s, this northwest quad of uptown Charlotte was considered the most flourishing of areas, housing local doctors, ministers, and merchant workers. The Fourth Ward also houses beautifully crafted churches including First Methodist, First Presbyterian, and St. Peters Episcopal Church. View all properties available in the Fourth Ward (updated daily).