About 1st Ward


About 1st Ward

In 1993, the Charlotte Housing Authority received a federal grant to redevelop Earle Village, a public housing complex. The redevelopment of First Ward Place is being hailed nationally as an enlightened and economically viable alternative to low-income housing, providing nearly half its residents housing assistance. First Ward Place, in turn, became the engine that drove the economic miracle that is the First Ward neighborhood today.

The future of First Ward appears certain to have a strong flavor of artistic and cultural venues. The Uptown Coliseum, Imaginon, and the city's vintage trolley line, slated to be extended from its current base in South End through the Center City to Eleventh Street, will encompass several stops in First Ward, will drive further development



First Ward Properties


10th Street Condos

 

A contemporary townhouse community, designed by David Furman, was built in 2002. The typical unit has 2 bedrooms, 2 and a half baths, a garage and have over 1000 heated sq. ft.  Some of these units have rooftop terraces with views of the city skyline. Prices typically range in the mid to high $300’s.

 

 


Tivoli

 

A mid-rise transitional condominium community, built in 2001, features one and two bedroom units. These unique urban condos typically feature granite, hardwoods, and balconies. Prices typically start in the mid 100's for a one bedroom and the low $200’s for two-bedroom. 

 

 


Alexander Court

 

A condominium community, designed by David Furman, was built in 2002. Units typically feature 1 bedroom, 1 bath, 2-story units with plenty of windows and hardwoods on the main floor. Prices typically range in the mid to high $100’s.

 

 

The Alexander's on 9th

 

A traditional townhome community, built in 2000, features 2 and 3 bedrooms units that range in the low to mid $200’s. Units feature spacious front porches and various views of the Uptown.

 

 


The Caldwell's on 9th

 

A two story transitional townhouse community, built in 2000, features two and three bedroom units. Most units feature a gas fireplace, a nice size front porch, and some views of the skyline.  Units typically range in the mid $200’s

 

 


City View Town Homes

 

A townhouse community, built in 2003, feature a tri-level floor plan with 2 bedrooms and 2 baths. City View townhouses have over 1250 square feet of heated living area, parking space and a patio. Some of the units feature private rooftop terraces as well. Units typically range in the high $200’s.

 

 


Parkside Townhomes

 

A townhouse community, built in 1998, features all brick construction, open front porches and private fenced courtyards. Interior features include 9 foot ceilings with crown molding and hardwoods on the main floor. Parkside has both 2 and 3 bedroom floor plans with 2 ½ baths. Units typically range in mid $200’s.

 

 


Skyline Terrace

 

A tri-level transitional townhouse community, built in 2001, has 2 bedrooms and 2 full bath floor plans. Some of these homes even have a roof top terrace with a beautiful view of the skyline!  Units typically run in the mid to high $200.