The Queen City
Named after Queen Charlotte, the wife of King George III, Charlotte, North Carolina is nicknamed the Queen City by the locals. With a perfect combination of dining, shopping, and suburban charm, Charlotte, and its surrounding areas are consistently ranked as one of the top growing metros in the nation. As the city continues to attract more top employers like Bank of America, Duke Energy, and Honeywell, the downtown, South End, and surrounding areas are bursting with the finest the South has to offer.
Around The Area
Where to Choose an Apartment in Charlotte
If you are looking for the newest addition to Charlotte, you should explore Camden, NoDa located in the NoDa neighborhood. Camden NoDa features studio, one, two, three-bedroom room apartments. This brand-new community will allow you to live creatively by choosing from two different luxury finishes while being only minutes away from Downtown Charlotte.
At the center of it all is Downtown Charlotte, also called Uptown, which boasts exceptional dining, shopping, and entertainment that will keep you coming back again and again. The downtown area not only has the hottest hangouts, but it also offers a taste of Southern charm and hospitality that you can only get in the Queen City. Within walking distance to Bank of American Stadium, where the Carolina Panthers play, is Camden Cotton Mills. At the edge of Uptown, Camden Grandview offers studio, one, and two bedroom apartments along with two- and three-bedroom townhomes providing all the options you need to feel right at home.
Minutes away from Uptown Charlotte, Camden South End sits adjacent to the Light Rail, meaning you can easily access all that Charlotte has to offer in any direction. Continue along the East/West light rail, and you will arrive at Camden Gallery. This South End gem sits atop Blaze Pizza and is only steps away from Charlotte staples like Leroy Fox, Sunflour Baking Company, and Oku- making it the perfect home for anyone who loves food (I mean who doesn’t!?). In between Camden Gallery and Camden Southline is the Atherton Mills shopping area, which features top brands like West Elm, Sephora, and Anthropology. Just minutes from this expansive shopping metropolis, Camden Southline offers studio, one and two bedroom apartment homes. This walker’s paradise is next door to Publix for when you want to cook for yourself and is conveniently located near South End hotspots like Mac’s Speed Shop and Southbound for when you don’t.
If you fancy suburban charm, then the historic Dilworth neighborhood is perfect for you. Located to the South of South End, the Dilworth area includes mature tree-lined streets and historic homes. In the center of this charming neighborhood is Camden Dilworth which features one, two, and three bedroom apartment homes with white quartz countertops, subway tile backsplashes, and hardwood-style flooring. After a day enjoying the sunshine at Latta Park, grabbing a drink from Sycamore Brewing Company, and stocking up on groceries from the nearby Harris Teeter, sit back and relax while soaking up the Downtown Charlotte skyline on the rooftop top terrace at Camden Dilworth.
Drive South of Uptown Charlotte and keep going until the roads widen, and the tree canopies overhead provide mid-day shade outside the grand Southern homes. The SouthPark neighborhood is known for its beautiful architecture and the luxury shopping at South Park mall. Additionally, golfers come from across the country to spectate at the Wells Fargo Championship played at the Quail Hollow Golf Course. If this sounds more your speed, then we would love to welcome you home at Camden Foxcroft and Camden Fairview. Both communities are beautifully situated in SouthPark and provide convenient access to everything Charlotte has to offer.
Continue South past SouthPark and you arrive at suburban splendor in Ballantyne. The Ballantyne area is home to spectacular outdoor spaces like the Carmel County Club and Cedarwood Country Club, along with William R. Davie Park. Our three garden-style communities, Camden Ballantyne, Camden Stonecrest, and Camden Touchstone are each located near the vast array of dining, shopping, and entertainment options, meaning your options are endless.
We promise, whether you are grilling out on your Camden rooftop terrace or spending a night out in Downtown, the Queen City does not disappoint.