In 1995, the historic Ivey's Department Store was converted by local architect Jim Gross. The first two floors were used for restaurants, shops, and offices.
The top four floors became residential condominiums. The units here include 14-22 foot ceilings with large windows, exposed beams, hardwood floors, and fireplaces.
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The Iveys is conveniently located just a couple minutes walk away from the from Bank of America Stadium, BB&T Ballpark, a variety of Uptown parks and restaurants, and 5th Street's Entertainment Corridor.
The prices here range from $200,000 to a million.
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What can you buy in Charlotte's Uptown 2nd Ward?
There is an area called the Garden District in the 1st Ward where you can buy a single family home. The home prices here start at around $450,000 and up. Most people live in townhomes and condominiums in the 1st Ward. This is the perfect place for you if you love urban living!
Some of the condos come with 1-car garages which is a real treat in an urban district. You can get a 2 bedroom, 2 bath home right now for about $325,000 on M Street. Some of these condos have full views of the Uptown skyline. When you look for a home, condo, or townhome in the 1st Ward, expect multi-levels. There is a condominium right now being offered for sale and it is a 3 story condo.
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More about the 2nd Ward in Uptown ~ Charlotte NC
The 2nd Ward is vibrant and going through a renewal period
Charlotte's Uptown Second Ward Community is located in the southeast quadrant of the city.
It lies directly to the south of the intersection of Trade and Tryon and is bordered by East Trade Street, Tryon Street's business and entertainment district and the I-277 urban highway loop.
Today, Second Ward is home to most of the city and county government activities and is the site of the NASCAR Hall of Fame. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Government Center, the Mecklenburg County Courthouse, and Marshall Park are all located in Second Ward.
Currently, Second Ward is undergoing a surge in exciting new growth as Brooklyn is coming back to Charlotte.
As Charlotte's government district, Second Ward historically used to have no housing. Today it is considered Uptown's center of hospitality, with more than 3,000 hotel rooms.
Mecklenburg County began seeking proposals for the renewal of Second Ward, currently referred to as Brooklyn Village, on December 2015.
They shortlisted three teams and went through the process. The Board of County Commissioners selected their partner in the redevelopment.
From a sterile government district, the project aims to transform the area to a vibrant, mixed use quarter while still maintaining the balance between history and the future.
The $683 million project seeks to create a stream of economic returns to the local community by providing various boutiques, stores, and restaurants. It also aims to create opportunities for local entrepreneurs to establish businesses.