All About Elizabeth

Welcome to Elizabeth Charlotte NC… one of Charlottes prestigious neighborhoods with a decidedly eclectic flare. Before neighboring Myers Park developed as Charlotte’s most elite area, the main boulevards of Elizabeth were among the city’s most fashionable addresses for business and civic leaders. In 2012, the neighborhood is a mix of old and new creating a diverse community that offers bungalow homes- grand and quaint + old and new, townhomes and condimiumns including traditional and loft styled spaces.

This community is rich with history, including the fact that it is home to Independence Park – Charlottes first Public Park. Elizabeth is also home to the Visulite the city’s first neighborhood movie theater, which is still thriving today as one of Charlotte’s premier music venues. From the stately homes to the charming bungalows on the streets shaded by a canopy of almost century old willow oaks the Elizabeth neighborhoods comfortable grandeur remains in tack…. a large portion of the Elizabeth community is on the National Register of Historic Places as Historic Elizabeth.




Today the Elizabeth neighborhood is one of Charlotte most popular areas not only for housing but also for its shops, many restaurants and trendy night spots. It is unique that the neighborhood is has several corridors of business all within close proximity to the homes. From the intersection at Pecan and 7th Street down to Hawthorne lane, Central Avenue and Elizabeth Avenue are all alive with activity and home to Elizabeth’s most popular stops. View a full list of all of the Elizabeth neighborhood businesses .The community can also boast that it is home to two of Charlotte’s best hospitals, Presbyterian and Mercy, and home to the high ranking Central Piedmont Community College. This ideal location is just outside from Uptown Charlotte but maintains it own distinctive identity.

If you want learn more about the neighborhood, would like to schedule a tour of the area or have any questions about Charlotte in general please contact Dana Parker Burleson and Charles Major at