Why should you move to an apartment in Charlotte, NC? Here are plenty of them:
#1. Four Seasons
Charlotte is known for its year-round blue skies and great weather. If you play golf, can play every month. Charlotte has hot summers, mild winters and perfect springs and falls.
Everyone remarks on our enviable green trees. American Forests named Charlotte one of the 10 Best Cities for Urban Forests in 2013. There’s a tough tree ordinance to help protect existing mature trees and ensure appropriate planting when new developments are approved.
#3. Low Cost of Living
You can live well here. Compared to the top 40 metro areas in the nation, Charlotte has the 12th lowest cost of living. Charlotte is 23% below the national cost of living average. Our mild climate helps keep heating and cooling costs low. And, our total cost of utilities is lower than the national average.
#4. Lifelong Learning
Want to become an entrepreneur? Then, Central Piedmont Community College, (CPCC) Small Business Center is for you. CPCC also offers courses in dance, fitness, cooking, personal finance, self-defense, kayaking, and more. The University of North Carolina Charlotte offers continuing education online ranging, as well as certificate programs, and professional development courses.
#5. Excellent Healthcare
Charlotte has top medical facilities. Carolinas Medical Center (CMC is the largest research hospital in the region, and one of five teaching hospitals in the state.
#6. The Outdoors
You could leave the county for the mountains or the beach. In an hour and a half you can be near the highest peaks east of the Rockies and in a little over three hours, you can be basking on a beach. Outdoor recreation is abundant right in Charlotte too. Mecklenburg County is home to more than 200 parks on 17,600 acres of parkland. Charlotte also sports 37 miles of developed greenways and another 150 miles is under development.
#7. Southern Hospitality
Charlotte is a part of the New South, with the emphasis on “new”. But you will still find Southern hospitality here.
#8. Homes. Sweet Homes
You can live uptown in a condo, in an apartment in Charlotte, in a turn of the century home or in a bungalow. There are also waterfront and water view options. Live in neighborhoods from extremely urban to rural, there is a home for you in Charlotte.
#9. Arts, Culture & Music
Charlotte has an arts community and museums abound. The Blumenthal Center presents the best of Broadway and is home the symphony and dance groups. Music can be found everywhere from acoustic performances in wine bars to national acts.