A segment of North Davidson Street approximately two miles from Uptown, NoDa s a National Register Historic District in recognition of the part the area’s mills played in textile history. The last mill shut down in the 1970s, and the area began attracting artists who envisioned and created an arts community. NoDa is now home to a variety of funky galleries, restaurants, live music venues and housing options.
Walk to NoDa! 36th St. is now open from N. Tryon to N. Davidson. Have the best of both worlds. Enjoy close proximity to the new light rail station, restaurants, coffee shops, and breweries, all while having the neighborhood feel of being on a quiet, secluded street. Don't miss the details in this Master-down modern craftsman. Enjoy Custom finishes with a spacious, open floor plan with added bonus room for a second living space. The City of Charlotte is working on a $5.3 million "Streetscape" project at N. Tryon and 36th (http://charlottenc.gov/Projects/Pages/NorthTryon36th.aspx). Project to include pedestrian-friendly features and new landscaping at the Tryon intersection before you enter Ritch Ave.
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