About Charlotte, North Carolina
Charlotte is located in the southern part of the state of North Carolina, near the South Carolina border. Besides being the second largest city there, it is also the seat of Mecklenburg County. What’s even more important to note is that Charlotte is considered the third-fastest growing major city in the country. The latest estimates show that around 850,000 people call it home. Those people can take the advantage of Charlotte’s stable and diverse economy, and you can become one of them sooner than you could imagine if you turn to us for help.
When it comes to weather, the city has a humid subtropical climate. So you can expect hot and humid summers and short and only chilly winters.
Where to Live in Charlotte, North Carolina
In case you haven’t decided to which part of Charlotte you and your family are going to relocate, it’s time you did so. For that reason, we’ve included a list of some of the best neighborhoods that you should consider:
- The Arts District
- Plaza Midwood
- Fourth Ward
For those of you who want to enjoy a peaceful life that only a suburban area can offer, check some of the best suburbs in Charlotte here.
Are you ready for your move? Call us today, and set the relocation date. Trico Long Distance Movers are looking forward to hearing from you.