NoDa | Charlotte NC

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NoDa | Charlotte NC

NoDa is Charlotte NC’s most vibrant arts and entertainment district. NoDa has become one of the most popular and best neighborhoods in Charlotte NC attracting all types of home buyers from young professionals to families to empty nesters.

It’s easy to see why NoDa is so popular when you consider its fantastic walkability, up beat atmosphere, and plethora of things to do. NoDa offers a lifestyle unlike any other neighborhood in Charlotte NC.

Join Josh Finigan as he tours you through NoDa and explores just what makes NoDa so unique. Soon you’ll see why so many people love calling this neighborhood home.

Explore what life’s like in NoDa | Charlotte NC Neighborhood:

1. History

2. Location 

3. Lifestyle

4. Things To Do

5. Real Estate Statistics 

6. NoDa Real Estate 

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1. History:

North Davidson street is the Main Street of NoDa, which is how this community got it’s name (No-Da). NoDa began as a mill village along North Davidson street. After the last mill closed in 1975 the neighborhood drifted into poverty and crime before becoming an edgy punk rock oasis in the 1990s, thanks to the now closed ‘Fat City Deli.’ At the same time NoDa started billing itself as an arts district, where the low rents were supposed to encourage the most creative amongst us to move in, make things, and sell them nearby.

But, the recession of 2006-2008 killed off most of the galleries on North Davidson. However, over the past decade or so, we have seen a plethora of eclectic restaurants, entertainment venues, and breweries enter the neighborhood. This breathed new life into the community and began the revitalization that made NoDa what it is today!

 

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2. Location

NoDa is nestled around North Davidson street and 36th street, just 3 miles north of Charlotte NC. Hop in your car and you’re a few minutes drive from Charlotte city center.  But why would you, when you can just jump on the Lynx light rail?  

Roda Neighborhoods boundaries is the Lynx light rail (to the North), Sugar Creek road (to the East), The Plaza (to the South), and Matheson avenue (to the West).

NoDa is one of the few Charlotte neighborhoods where you can do without a car. Many live in NoDa and commute uptown daily by the Lynx light rail. When you’re home, in NoDa, everything is extremely walkable and bike-able.

When you call NoDa your home you’re just a 6 minute bike ride from Optimist Hall. One of the biggest draws to NoDa is its unbeatable location, giving you access to great public transportation, walkability, and bike-ability. 

 

 

3. NoDa NC Lifestyle

One of the most walkable and colorful neighborhoods in the city, NoDa Charlotte is filled with food, music, art, shopping, coffee, and most of it is within a five minute walk.

Just walking down the streets of NoDa will give you left brained people a whirlwind of inspiration. It'll even give those non artistically inclined a major spark of creativity! No matter where you're walking, you will pass colorful eye catching murals.

Encouraged within the streets and shops of NoDa are the principals of diversity, eco-conscious lifestyle, creativity and tons of support for small business.

If you're a dog person, NoDa is an extremely pet friendly community. Plenty of restaurants, breweries, and spots allow your pup to be with you!

NoDa may be a small neighborhood but its blocks are crammed full of funky shops, restaurants, bars, music venues and plenty of public art. Walking around you can just feel the energy and culture.

The friendly atmosphere is enhanced with weekly farmers market, art sales, as well as year round events to fill your calendar.

4. Things to do in NoDa

 

Smelly Cat & Coffee Roasters – Whether you’re a “Friends” fan or not you’ll want to start your day off at Smelly Cat & Coffee Roasters with a nice cup of coffee along with a breakfast sandwich or pastry.  The Dog Bar – A neighborhood favorite with live music and drink specials. You can let your pup off leash in a controlled environment.

Pure Vida World Art  – You can find home goods, apparel, toys, and jewelry from cultures around the world right here at Pure Vida World Art. You never know what treasure’s await you.

Heist Brewery Heist opened its doors in 2012, as Charlotte’s only Craft Brewpub. Originally brewing on a 10HL German brewhouse, they have opened a 30 barrel production facility. Heist focuses on small batch beer ranging from traditional Belgian Table Beers, Saisons, to IPA’s and Double IPA’s, to Porters and Imperial Stouts. The Chefs seek out produce and meats from local farms and purveyors, and utilize ingredients from the brewing process. Above all, Heist is an experience. 

Cabo Fish TacoWhere it all began, their first location began as a tiny 14 table restaurant in an up and coming ghetto art district, nicknamed NODA. Twenty plus years later, Cabo has become a neighborhood favorite and a charlotte staple. Offering great food and boasting a huge specialty margarita menu and great local beer selection, Cabo’s relaxed upbeat atmosphere is perfect for any occasion. 

NoDa Brewing Company– NoDa Brewing Company is one of the original forces in Charlotte’s beer scene. Its North Tryon Street location is an ideal gathering spot, with a large, colorful taproom outfitted with local art and ample seating. The exposed brick walls, natural light, and wood paneled bar give the space an unfussy, approachable feel, regardless of your beer knowledge. Outside you’ll find a spacious, shaded patio area where you can challenge your companions to a game of cornhole.

Optimist Hall – Just a quick bike ride away is one of the most popular spots in Charlotte, Optimist Hall. Optimist Hall is a 147,000 sqft re-development of a mill house turned food and beverage hall featuring some of Charlottes favorite foodie spots.

The Evening Muse – After dinner Catcha a show at The Evening Muse. The Evening Muse is a local venue that play host to nightly performances ranging from live music, to slam poetry, and stand-up comedy.

5. Real Estate Statistics

Average Price: $528,287
Highest Price: $1.2M
Avg.Price/Sqft: $358.71
Lowest Price: $245,000
Total Sold Listings (past Year): 119
Total Single Family Homes Sold: 48
Total Condo / Townhomes Sold: 71

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6. NoDa Neighborhood Real Estate

The reasons to call NoDa home are endless, from the location and walkability, to the funky shops and restaurants, and the cool funky energy all around. When it comes to housing NoDa is as unique and eclectic as the vibe of the neighborhood. You still see many mill homes and bungalows. Although many have been renovated or demolished to make way for some exquisite new construction.

You also have a plethora of condo and townhome communities. All just steps from fantastic entertainment options. So you have a great mix of historic homes all the way to new construction homes. You can also find a variety of size, type, and pricing options. 

Prices in NoDa are still attractively priced, compared to some of its neighboring communities (like Plaza Midwood). However, thats quickly changing. Even with the craziness in the last 6 months, prices in NoDa rose 14% in just one year!

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If you’re new to the area or thinking about moving here, were happy to show you what makes it home.