Plaza Midwood | Charlotte, NC
Where electric creativity meets traditional southern values
Plaza Midwood is a trendy, laid-back neighborhood known for its nightlife, with plenty of low-key dive bars and intimate music venues like Snug Harbor. There’s also a vibrant restaurant scene featuring comfort food eateries, barbecue joints, gastropubs and several popular ice-cream shops.
Plaza Midwood’s is located just minutes from the city center. About 14% of Plaza Midwood’s residence resides in the Historic District giving you a real range of homes in this close-knit community. You will find vintage bungalows, historic homes, renovated homes, new construction homes, & a variety of condo’s and townhomes.
One of the biggest alluring factors to Plaza Midwood is the walkability & the lifestyle it offers. From breweries to book shops to BBQ joints and beyond, it’s safe to say that Plaza Midwood has a little something for everyone.
Real Estate Statistics
Average Price: $756,857
Highest Price: $2.0M
Lowest Price: $220,000
Total Sold Listings (past Year): 118
Total Single Family Homes Sold: 103
Total Condo / Townhomes Sold: 15
Single Family Homes
Condo / Townhomes
One of the city’s most pedestrian-friendly areas, Plaza Midwood is packed with things to do. Take a walk down The Plaza (actually a street) or Thomas Avenue to see some of the neighborhood’s historical homes
The community members of this area are as diverse as its retail landscape. You’ll meet new residents packed into apartment buildings, longtime ones sitting on their porches, young families pushing strollers to breweries and working professionals taking advantage of their off hours.
If you are a foodie, are an avid music enthusist, or an Art lover this neighborhood is perfect for you due to its rich and eclectic culture
Plaza Midwood was home to the first Harris Teeter, which was actually demolished and rebuilt. It was also home to the first Family Dollar Location, which still stands and the first strip club in Charlotte. The neighborhood was also home to the first golf course in the city, as well.
Entertainment in Plaza Midwood
Central Coffee: The quaint corner coffee shop has been a stronghold in the neighborhood for more than a decade. The cold brew is like rocket fuel and the quiche is family gathering worthy.
The Workman’s Friend: The dark, cozy pub has Irish staples like Irish coffee, Guinness and Sheperd’s pie. If it’s nice out, find a seat on the back patio or in the breezy sidebar with open windows overlooking Central Avenue.
Whiskey Warehouse: Now that rooftop weather is upon us, this is where you’ll want to be sipping cocktails (or Mich Ultra’s) with string lights and skyline views.
Thomas Street Tavern: The no-frills bar is the epitome of a classic neighborhood hang-out spot. At Thomas Street, there’s no theme, no gimmicks, no pretentiousness — just an easygoing atmosphere where anyone can have a good time.
Stroke Putt –The retro-inspired, mini-golf spot and cocktail lounge makes for a great date night or outing with friends.
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