Uptown Charlotte 3rd Ward Homes... 

Third Ward, known as the west quadrant, is nestled between Tryon Street, I-77, and West Trade Street. It is the most diverse of the city's four original quadrants.

Third Ward used to be home to the Victor Cotton Mill in the 1800s. When the mill closed, the land around the mill was converted to neighborhood housing.

Today, some of the historic residences are still used as single family homes. Some mill houses have also been converted into attractive, fully upgraded townhouses and modern high-rise apartment buildings.

Everything you need is in this ward and there's something to do everyday of the week. Third Ward is alive with action and there are many activities for all to enjoy!

Charlotte's Uptown Third Ward community is home to the Carolina Panthers, who play at the  Bank of America Stadium, the ward's most recognizable symbol.

During spring and summer,  nights become alive with baseball and fireworks. In the fall, neighborhood bars and nearby parking lots are filled with Panthers fans.

Third Ward is also home to the ballpark neighborhood. New apartment towers surround Romare Bearden Park and BB&T Ballpark.  It is also the location of the Knight Theatre, the Mint Museum, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, and the Harvey Gantt African American Culture Center.

Anchoring the west side of Third Ward is Gateway Village, the  largest current development.  It is  1,500,000 sq ft (140,000 m2) in size, and home to offices, shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and over 500 housing units. The Charlotte Campus of Johnson & Wales University is also located in Gateway Village.  

There are a variety of home styles in Third Ward. Whether you are a young professional getting settled, a family with young children, or an empty nester, you will find something here for you.

On the west edge of the neighborhood, you will find a mix of historic bungalows, contemporary condos, and townhomes surrounding the dog park, recreational fields,  and greenway at Frazier Park.

Residential neighborhoods are a mix of single-family homes, apartments and condominiums, with dozens of new developments planned, under construction and nearing completion.

Most homes in Charlotte's Third Ward are condominium flats and townhomes with a SOHO, lofty-urban flavor.

One of the newest areas to Third Ward is the “Third Ward Warehouse District.” It includes urban developments featuring restored warehouse buildings.  Some communities in the warehouse district include:  First Row, Gallery Lofts, The Annex, Skybox Towns and Luxury Lofts.


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   What can you buy in Charlotte's Uptown 3rd Ward?

Third Ward used to be home to the Victor Cotton Mill in the 1800s. When the mill closed, the land around the mill was converted to neighborhood housing.

Today, some of the historic residences are still used as single family homes. Some mill houses have also been converted into attractive, fully upgraded townhouses and modern high-rise apartment buildings.

There are a variety of home styles in Third Ward. Whether you are a young professional getting settled, a family with young children, or an empty nester, you will find something here for you.

On the west edge of the neighborhood, you will find a mix of historic bungalows, contemporary condos, and townhomes surrounding the dog park, recreational fields, and greenway at Frazier Park.

Residential neighborhoods are a mix of single-family homes, apartments and condominiums, with dozens of new developments planned, under construction and nearing completion.

Most homes in Charlotte's Third Ward are condominium flats and townhomes with a SOHO, lofty-urban flavor.

Complexes and communities in Third Ward include:

  • 10th Avenue Townhomes
  • 230 South Tryon
  • First Row Warehouse
  • Cedar Crest
  • Cedar Mill
  • Cedar Street Commons
  • Clarkson Green
  • Clarkson Place
  • The Gallery Lofts
  • Gateway Plaza
  • Gateway Lofts
  • Metro 10 West
  • Octadia
  • Oak Park Townhomes
  • Skybox
  • Sycamore Green
  • The Annex
  • Trademark


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   More about the 3rd Ward in Uptown ~ Charlotte NC. 


Third Ward is alive with action and there are many activities for all to enjoy!


Third Ward, known as the west quadrant, is nestled between Tryon Street, I-77, and West Trade Street. It is the most diverse of the city's four original quadrants.

Everything you need is in this ward and there's something to do everyday of the week.

Charlotte's Uptown Third Ward community is home to the Carolina Panthers, who play at the Bank of America Stadium, the ward's most recognizable symbol.


Third Ward is also home to the ballpark neighborhood. New apartment towers surround Romare Bearden Park and BB&T Ballpark. It is also the location of the Knight Theatre, the Mint Museum, the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, and the Harvey Gantt African American Culture Center.

Anchoring the west side of Third Ward is Gateway Village, the largest current development.It is 1,500,000 sq ft (140,000 m2) in size, and home to offices, shops, restaurants, entertainment venues and over 500 housing units. The Charlotte Campus of Johnson & Wales University is also located in Gateway Village.


One of the newest areas to Third Ward is the “Third Ward Warehouse District.” It includes urban developments featuring restored warehouse buildings. Some communities in the warehouse district include: First Row, Gallery Lofts, The Annex, Skybox Towns and Luxury Lofts.



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