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Southern Elegance at 1712 Rutledge Ave

Homes are selling fast. This home sold ABOVE list price for $1,525,000. Simply stunning – the home you have been dreaming of. Stately brick two story is the epitomy of Southern Elegance with its sweeping curved staircase, judge’s paneled office, gorgeous hardwood floors and thick moldings thru out. Two story great room opens to classic brick terrace with covered […]

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Panthers Pride!

We now can drop North Carolina off of our address. People know where we are, who we are. I think it’s been tremendous recognition for our city. — Retired Bank of America CEO Hugh McColl Jr. on the significance of the Panthers trip to Super Bowl 50. WooHoo Carolina Panthers are heading to the golden anniversary Super Bowl and […]

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Mint Museum to Host Cultural Dance Night!

Gear Up on Your Cha-Cha: Charlotte’s Mint Museum to Host a Cultural Dance Night Sounds Like a Blast The Mint Museum Uptown (located at the Levine Center for the Art) will be hosting a Cultural Dance Night next Friday, August 14, 2015 8:00 PM-  11:30 PM. Tickets can be puchased upon admission or get your Tickets now! […]

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Charlotte Neighborhoods - Southpark Mall

Relocating? Consider Moving to SouthPark

Welcome to Southpark SouthPark is home to some of the city’s hottest shopping spots! Restaurants, and excellent residential locations that are sure to meet all your needs. SouthPark Mall is the region’s premiere venue for all your high-end shopping needs Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Tiffany and Co., and many more sought-after boutiques can be found alongside Nordstrom, Belk, […]

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All About SouthPark

Getting To Know SouthPark The SouthPark area sits 6 miles south of Uptown and is centered around the SouthPark Mall which opened in 1970. The property that now features one of the largest shopping malls in the state was once a part of a 3,000-acre farm owned by former North Carolina Governor Cameron Morrison. In addition to […]

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