4th Ward


4th Ward

 

This predominantly residential neighborhood artfully blends restored 100-plus-year-old homes with newer construction designed to be compatible with its surroundings. The Fourth Ward is often described as charming, quaint, or delightful.

 

The gentility, the solidity, the obvious prosperity that radiates throughout Fourth Ward stands in stark contrast to the urban wasteland that correctly characterized the area as recently as the late 1960s  At that time, relatively few structures were dilapidated and largely abandoned.

 

In the early 1970s, Bank of America Chairman and CEO Hugh McColl Jr., and neighborhood activist, Dennis Rash, began discussing cities they enjoyed around the world and quickly determined that the hallmark of these cities was their urban neighborhoods. They set about to create something comparable in Charlotte. What grew from those conversations was a joint venture between Charlotte city government and the then North Carolina National Bank. The bank funded a special city program where urban pioneers could obtain mortgages at very favorable rates to buy and restore properties in Fourth Ward.

 

The payoff for the risk, imagination and creativity was the re-establishment of a viable, thriving Center City neighborhood. It is also a prime example of a Charlotte tradition that has been one of the secrets of its success. Time after time in the city's history, needs have been identified. Public officials and business leaders have worked together to address those needs. This heritage of successful public-private partnerships has been the envy of many other communities. One needs look no further than Fourth Ward today to understand why.

 

Along the edges of the neighborhood, features include the vitality of the North Tryon arts and entertainment district and as well as pricey new condominiums. In fact, one hallmark of much of the recent development has been combining retail - offices, restaurants and galleries - on the Tryon Street side with residential on the Church Street side. And although high-rise structures characterize much of this, the scale has been monitored carefully so as not to overwhelm adjacent single family homes.

 

Fourth Ward Properties


Churchill

A mid-rise condo community, built in 1982, is only a few blocks from the center of Uptown Charlotte. These condos feature outdoor terraces and gated parking. One and two bedroom units and typically start in the Lower 200's.

 

 

Barringer Square

A mid-rise transitional condo community, built in 1982, features one and two bedroom floor plans. Most of the units have a fireplace and large deck/patio. Units typically start in the mid 100's

 

 

 

626 North Graham

An urban loft building, built in 2004, features exposed brick walls, tall ceilings, and large windows. Some units feature covered parking on the first floor. These loft/studio units are priced from the mid 100’s to the low 200’s.

 

 

The Poplar

A mid-rise condo community, built in 1927, features two and three bedroom floor plans. This is a truly unique building with the character of 1920s architecture. Units are typically priced in the high $200’s to mid $300’s.

 

 

The Iveys

A mid-rise transitional condo/townhouse community, built in 1995, is one of the few condo communities located directly on Tryon St. In the lobby of this building, you will find dining, a Starbucks coffee shop, and nightlife activities. In addition to it’s great location, these condos also feature a 24/7 concierge/security attendant. Units in The Iveys typically start in the low to mid $300’s.

 

 

The Dormers

A tri-level transitional condo/townhouse community, built in 1983, features 1 bedroom, 1 full bath floor plans. Most units have a garage and an outdoor terrace. Prices typically start below the 100’s.

 

 

St. Peters

Originally constructed as a hospital in 1917 and later converted into a mid-rise condominium community, this building offers the character of early 1900’s architecture combined with renovated interior. Floor plans features one and two bedroom condos with prices typically starting in the mid 100's.

 

 

Silo Urban Lofts

A mid-rise contemporary condo community, built in 2002, features loft style units on the edge of Fourth Ward off of 10th Street. This is one of the most affordable places for a one bedroom condo in Uptown. Prices typically start at in the low $100’s

 

 

Springfield Square

A condo/townhome community, built in 1981, offers one and two bedroom flats and 2 bedroom townhomes. This complex is one of three buildings in the uptown with a community pool. Each unit has a large patio/balcony and some have spectacular views Fourth Ward park! One bedroom condos start in the $160’s and two bedroom units start around $190k.

 

 

Settlers Alley

A townhome community, built in 1988, that sits in the heart of Fourth Ward. These unique, all brick, multi-story units on the tree lined street of Settlers Lane feature attached garages, landscaped private entranceways, and large terraces! Townhomes on Settlers Alley typically start in the $400’s.

 

 

 

Settlers Place

A mid-rise traditional condo community, built in 2002, features a secured entrance, gated parking, private terraces. Floor plans feature two and three bedroom layouts from 1600-3200 sf. Units in Settlers Place start typically start in the $400’s.  

 

 

 

Park Place

A townhouse community located next to Fourth Ward Park, built in 1996, features two and three bedroom floor plans each with a private garage. Units have either a view of the 4th ward park or the skyline. Townhouses typically start in the high 300's.

 

 

 

Hackberry Court

A townhouse community, built in 1981, features multi-story brick units with t feature 2 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths with a community courtyard and secured parking. Units in Hackberry Court typically start in the mid $200’s.

 

 

 

Davidson Square

A condo/townhouse community, built in 1981, features one and two bedroom units. Select units offer large outdoor terraces. Units typically start in the high $100’s.

 

 

 

Chapel Watch

A mid-rise transitional condo community, built in 1999, features 2 and 3 bedroom luxury condos. Secured entrance, private gated parking, and private balconies are only a few of the luxury features of Chapel Watch. Community features a courtyard with a unique fountain, shopping, dining, plus more! Prices typically start in the low $600’s.

 

 

 

715 N Church Street

A condo community, built in 2002, features one and two bedrooms condos. Building amenities include swimming pool, rooftop terrace, and secured entrance from street. Units typically range in the high $100’s.

 

 

 

6th and Pine

A mid-rise condominium complex, built in 1982, located on the 4th Ward Park across from the new Harris Teeter. This condominium offers 2 bedrooms, 2 baths floor plans and almost 1,200 square feet. This 8 unit complex has great features including decks overlooking the park, fireplaces, and 2 parking spaces. Prices in this building typically range in the mid $200’s

 

 

 

400 N. Church

A condominium community, built in 1996, has a secure entryway as well as a secured parking area for the residents. Most units are one or two story a few three story condos as well. In addition to being mere steps from restaurants, residents enjoy their own private fitness center and beautiful courtyard. Units in 400 N Church typically start in the high $300’s.

 

 

 

West 7th Street Commons

A multi-level condo community, built in 1987, features one and two bedrooms floor plans. This hidden jewel consists of nine units located near Fourth Ward Park. Community features include extra storage space, 16 ft windows, and 2 or 3 balconies! Prices typically start in the mid 100's.

 

 

 

10th Avenue Townhomes

A townhome community, built in 1981, located on 10th street in the historic Fourth Ward district. These multi-story units feature attached garages and landscaped entryways.  Floor plans typically consist of three or more bedrooms with prices that typically start in the upper 200's.   

 

 

 

Gateway Lofts

A mid-rise transitional loft community, built in 2002, features loft-style living a few mere steps from Gateway Village. These lofts are one or two bedrooms with one full bath. Units also feature a private patio and/or large windows with nice views of the city. With exposed brick wall, exposed black metal staircases, stained concrete floors, etc. these complex offers a true urban loft lifestyle! Units typically start in the low $200’s.

 

 

 

Gateway Plaza

A mid-rise transitional condo community, built in 2000, has a secured entrance, parking deck, swimming pool, and a community clubhouse with a huge balcony that has a spectacular view of Uptown Charlotte!  These units offer terraces with great views, and just outside your front door is all the excitement of Gateway Village!  Typically priced from the high 100's to the high 300's.

 

 

 

Jefferson Square

A mid-rise condominium community, built in 2002, features, secured parking, landscaped courtyard with fountains, and sitting areas as well as.  Only one block from Fourth Ward Park and one block from Tryon St.  Units typically start in the mid to high $300’s

 

 

 

Manhattan on the Park

A condo/townhouse community, built in the 1982, features multi-level townhome style condos offer two bedrooms, a front and back patio, as well as a terrace off the master bedroom. Units typically start in the low $200’s.

 

 

Park Plaza

A mid-rise contemporary condo community, built in 1999, features at least 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, secured parking, private balconies, audio/video security, and a rooftop terrace. Park Plaza sits directly on Fourth Ward Park and across from the new Uptown Harris Teeter! Prices typically start in the mid to upper $200’s.