2020 State of the Center City (Feb. 2020)
Charlotte’s urban core is well positioned to enter a new decade thanks to the most prolific period of Center City office, residential and hotel construction in Charlotte’s history, according to data released this evening by Charlotte Center City Partners. The 2020 State of the Center City report is the latest and most comprehensive data focused on the city’s urban core. This year’s report provides a snapshot of current and planned development within Charlotte Center City and reflects major wins in job growth and economic development.
2019 State of the Center City (Jan. 2019)
The 2019 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.
2018 Annual Report (Apr. 2018)
The CCCP Annual Report highlights the accomplishments of Charlotte Center City Partners over the last fiscal year (FY18) as well as the goals for FY19. Also included are up to date data points pertaining to Uptown Charlotte, Historic South End and Historic West End.
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.
Evergreen Team Task Force Affordable Housing Strategic Recommendations
The Evergreen Team will explore “innovative and sustainable” affordable housing strategies that reduce barriers to the free market and more fully enable the capacity of the private sector, as well as existing affordable housing developers and agencies, to meet the housing needs of every family in the Charlotte region.Evergreen Team Task Force Affordable Housing Strategic Recommendations.