36 best apartments in Charlotte, sorted by hot neighborhoods

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Ted Williams, Charlotte Agenda

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Silos South End

Best for amenities and location

Location: 131 Poindexter Drive
Total apartment units: 390, built in 2013
Why it stands out:

  • Largest property in South End, with a wide variety of unit types, including town homes, apartments, flats spread across a total of 10 separate buildings on 10 acres
  • Surface parking means no hassles pulling into/out of parking deck
  • Outdoor community area includes pool, bocce court, dog park and dog grooming station
  • Bonus points for preserving the historic silos, an homage to the neighborhood’s industrial roots

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Camden Gallery

Best for urban location

Location: 1750 Camden Road
Total apartment units: 323, built in 2014
Why it stands out:

  • Steps away from all of South End (above Blaze Pizza)
  • Close to Light Rail

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Metro 808

Best walkability

Location: 808 Hawthorne Lane
Total apartment units: 237, built in 2012
Why it stands out:

  • Central location with a short walk to essentially everything in the neighborhood
  • Full suite of community amenities including pool, clubhouse, fitness center, dog park
  • Easy access to both Central Avenue and Hawthorne Lane

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Ascent Uptown

Location: 225 S. Poplar St.
Total apartment units: 300, built in 2017

Why it stands out:

  • Top-notch rooftop amenities include a saltwater pool, penthouse lounge with a bar and a fitness center with high-tech equipment
  • Rooftop fire pit and entertainment space with lounge seating

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Museum Tower

Location: 525 S. Church St.
Total apartment units: 395, built in 2016

Why it stands out:

  • Unobstructed view of and walking distance to the Panther’s Stadium
  • 24-hour concierge to take care of any needs, at any time
  • A cycling studio and yoga room, in addition to the fitness center

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Mercury NoDa

Location: 2901 N. Davidson St.
Total apartment units: 241, built in 2016

Why it stands out:

  • Entertaining area with billiards, foosball and catering kitchen
  • Industrial inspired finishes, garage doors that open up to courtyard, graffiti art throughout
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Inspire SouthPark

Location: 345 Sharon Township Lane
Total apartment units: 369, built in 2018
Agenda guide: Apartment hunting? Go inside Inspire SouthPark

Why it stands out:

  • Unit features: soft-close cabinets, a wine cooler, ceiling fans, a cable data port on every wall (so you can pick exactly where you want your TV) and a clean interior design
  • Units can face either the quiet green space or Junior-Olympic-sized salt water pool
  • Full spa area with mani/pedi chairs, a massage table and full locker room
  • The gym is fully equipped with WellBeats and they plan on having instructors teach regular spin and yoga classes
  • For your furry friends, an in-house doggie daycare (run by The Waggle Company), dog park and dog grooming spa
  • Underground loading dock to make moving in a breeze
  • Right next to Yafo, Sabor, Earth Fare and Tandur

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The Encore SouthPark

Location: 6205 Morrison Blvd.
Constructed: 2016
Total apartment units: 28

Why it stands out:

  • Short walk to SouthPark mall, Bricktop’s and Paco’s Tacos and Legion Brewing SouthPark
  • Rooftop lounge with pool, billiards, grills and a clubroom
  • A guest suite available for visitors
  • Some units offer a built-in wine fridgethe-encore-apartments-in-charlotte

This article was originally posted in the Charlotte Agenda.