Mans Best Friend
The tide may have shifted in Charlotte, NC when it comes to accepting dog breeds that have been on the list of restricted breeds for many years. Recently we have been hearing that some properties will opt to not disallow certain breeds of dogs. For many responsible dog owners this is really great news.
We are very pleased to be on track with our expansion to the Raleigh, NC market!
Recently we visited the Raleigh and Chapel Hill area, also known to be part of the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill) to become familiar with the neighborhoods and property locations. We discovered beautiful apartments, shopping and tree lined streets throughout. We covered a lot of ground in our short time there.
Recently, I volunteered at Urban Ministries to serve lunch time drinks to the homeless. I was part of a team from the Greater Charlotte Apartment Association, Outreach Committee. Prior to our volunteering, I had read an article about the homeless folks using the benches in the uptown square or on Tryon St. The article talked about homeless people using the benches at the square and how this use could deter new big business from wanting to locate to Charlotte, NC. So the solution is to remove the benches. I do not have an answer or debate about this issue but my eyes have been opened in a new way after volunteering at Urban Ministries.
Summer time and the living is easy if you know where to look.
Many of our clients are looking to be close to the fun of South End, NODA, Elizabeth and Plaza Midwood. All of these areas hug the Charlotte Center City. Tiny studio apartments in these areas begin around $900. One bedroom apartment rents are easily $1100 to $1400 with the A+ communities starting in the $1400's.