Reports

2017 State of the Center City (Jan. 2017)

2017 State of the Center City (Jan. 2017)

The seventh annual State of the Center City report was created to highlight the growth and development of Charlotte’s urban core over the past year. In it, you will find information about Uptown, Charlotte’s Central Business District (CBD), South End, the historic West End and Midtown neighborhoods. The report features facts about transportation, residential and retail markets, arts, sports, entertainment, hospitality and transportation in Center City Charlotte.

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2017 Development Report (Quarterly)

2017 Development Report (Quarterly)

The Center City Development Report highlights private and public projects in Charlotte’s Center City that have been recently completed, are currently under construction, or have been announced and are in various stages of planning and development. The area covered in detail includes the four wards of Uptown, Charlotte’s central business district, South End, and the Midtown neighborhood. The term Center City refers to the “3 mile ring” of neighborhoods within three miles of the intersection of Trade and Tryon Streets, the historic center of the city. Projects are reported on for up to six months following their completion.

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2017 Annual Report (Apr. 2017)

2017 Annual Report (Apr. 2017)

The CCCP Annual Report highlights the accomplishments of Charlotte Center City Partners over the last fiscal year (FY17) as well as the goals for FY18. Also included are up to date data points pertaining to Uptown Charlotte and Historic South End.

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Center City Outlook (July 2017)

Center City Outlook (July 2017)

Charlotte’s Center City, including Uptown, South End, and West End, is the economic engine for the entire region. With unmatched urban amenities, broad housing options, and lots of ways to get around, it is a magnet for talent. And in the 21st century economy, business follows talent. Whether moving here, growing here, or starting here, smart companies can’t afford not to be in Center City.

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