Legacy Real Estate’s Adam Williams has been brokering leases and sales for many of Charlotte’s finest restaurants and sees South End Charlotte neighborhood as the place to be. Publix and Anthropology are joining the likes of Office Depot, Luna’s Living Kitchen and Lowes striving to make its mark with a new generation of live/work/play minded millennials in Charlotte. South End has gone from a neighborhood of apartment complexes, breweries, furnishing and design stores to a vibrant restaurant and retail hotspot. The prime location on the outskirts of Uptown and on the edge of historic Dilworth gives the South End a unique neighborhood feel within a metropolitan setting. South End is striving to make its mark with a new generation of live/work/play minded millennials which combines walkability, population and business density as well as availability of mass transit. Adam Williams of Legacy says “..as Charlotte’s renaissance continues, the focus on residential, retail and hospitality development will establish South End as a prominent, neighborhood for residents and retailers alike.”
South End is home to over 66 of Charlotte’s most popular restaurants and bars including Nan & Byrons, Prices Chicken Coop, Mac’s Speed Shop, The Liberty, Tupelo Honey, Big Bens, and exciting newcomers Seoul Food and Futo Buta. The diversity and quality of offerings available provides the eclectic feel that urban young professionals desire.
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