Shopping and Charlotte Relocation
When families and professionals consider a possibleÂ Charlotte relocation, one of their concerns is what kind of shopping is available in our area. They soon find out that there is something for everyone considering aÂ Charlotte relocation.
Charlotte Relocation to South Charlotte
SouthPark Mall, located just south of Uptown (what we call our downtown area) is considered the premier retail destination for Charlotteâ€™s most upscale shopping experience. Folks considering a Charlotte relocationÂ find that SouthPark is home to anchor stores like Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Belk and Macyâ€™s. Visitors also discover the upscale shopping center is home to stores like Louis Vuitton, Kate Spade, Kenneth Cole, Cole Haan, Chicos, Michael Kors, Hermes, Tiffany & Co. and many others.
Phillipâ€™s Place, also located in the SouthPark area, offers a main street stroll with a wide variety of elegant gift boutiques, spas, cuisine and the 10-screen Regal movie theater. The beautiful center with fountains and park benches throughout also offers speciality retail stores and exquisite home furnishing stores. If you are considering aÂ Charlotte relocation, be sure to stop in at Dean & Deluca for a gourmet eating and shopping experience.
Carolina Place MallÂ located southwest of Charlotte in Pineville attracts visitors, including those considering Charlotte relocation, to its more than 140 specialty stores and numerous anchor stores such as Belk, Dillard's, JC Penney and Sears. In recent years, the mall has undergone a makeover and includes a huge Barnes and Noble, REI and numerous restaurants. For those who have recently moved to the area due to aÂ Charlotte relocationÂ and need new furniture, a sound system, flooring or anything having to do with home furnishing, there is an abundant selection of stores in the blocks surrounding the mall.
Charlotte Relocation to North Charlotte
Northlake Mall, one of the newest shopping malls in Charlotte, is located on the north side of Charlotte. The two-level, enclosed mall features 150 stores, restaurants and a 14-screen AMC Theatre. Anchor stores include Dillard's, Macyâ€™s and Belk. Visitors find it easy to relax with a cup of coffee in the Coffee Court or lounge in a big, comfy chair in the Coca-Cola Sports Court where they can watch the latest sporting events from one of three large flat screen TVâ€™s. Kids have a blast climbing, crawling and jumping on their favorite Looney Tunes characters in the amazing childrenâ€™s play area.
New folks coming to town forÂ Charlotte relocationÂ often hear aboutBirkdale Village, located to the north of Charlotte in the township of Huntersville. The retail center is part of a larger community of housing, dining, offices, medical facilities, entertainment and lots of name brand shops in a quaint, walk-friendly environment. The outdoor courtyard in the center has seasonable activities and a water fountain where youâ€™ll find plenty of kids splashing around in the summer heat.
Concord MillsÂ is one of North Carolinaâ€™s leading tourist attractions. Imagine that! A shopping center drawing that much out of town attention, including those thinking of Charlotte relocation. It offers over 200 restaurants, stores and entertainment including a 24-screen AMC Theatre, Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World and the NASCAR SpeedPark. Concord is located northeast of Charlotte.
Anyone considering a Charlotte relocation can be assured there are plenty of excellent shopping choices.
Charlotte, NC Relocation Specialist â€“ Nancy Winters, Real Estate BrokerÂ â€“ I specialize in helping individuals and families relocate to Charlotte, North Carolina. I provide real estate services to those seeking Charlotteâ€™s moderate climate, friendly people and affordable housing. Wilkinson & Associates â€“Â GoogleÂ or call me atÂ (704) 345-5844.