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What Renters Like and Dislike About Charlotte

It is quiet, safe and has nice homes. The lots are nice and there are lots of trees in the yards around the streets. It fees safe to walk around when it is dark out.

It is close a many restaurants and coffee places along with grocery stores. I also really enjoy how it is close to local parks and play grounds so it always families to be able to go on walks or have a safe play for their children to play.

There's a park a few minutes away thats nice to take kids and families and enjoy a nice walk around the the water

We have access to a beautiful greenway (can walk or drive to), which so many people enjoy. We are an 'up and coming' older area that is becoming revitalized. We have a Thursday night jam session near a local pizza place, food trucks, and a pottery show every 3 months or so. Neighbors are very involved in the community.

I like this sude of town. There are a lot of dogs & nice lawns. I am 10 min from all major shopping, restaurants, interstate, my office & downtown

Most importantly that it's quite. There is not any crime, no siren sounds at night. I like going to the nail shop across from the Aldi grocery store about a mile away.

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Rent Trends

Studio1 Bed2 Beds3 Beds
Feb '24$1449$1491$1804$2092
Jan '24$1509$1493$1807$2061
Dec '23$1499$1503$1810$2108
Nov '23$1490$1519$1807$2141
Oct '23$1544$1524$1809$2168
Sep '23$1591$1542$1816$2172
Aug '23$1572$1561$1863$2233
Jul '23$1620$1601$1957$2231
Jun '23$1654$1590$1937$2287
May '23$1638$1600$1881$2277
Apr '23$1608$1579$1856$2299
Mar '23$1627$1562$1879$2267
Feb '23$1618$1545$1847$2177

*The rent information included in this summary is based on a median calculation of multifamily rental property inventory on Apartment Guide and Rent.com over the past 12-months and is for illustrative purposes only. This information does not constitute a pricing guarantee or financial advice related to the rental market.

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Living in Charlotte, NC

Did you know? Eastland was developed around its famous Eastland Mall. In 1975, when the Eastland Mall opened near Wilora Lake, it was the biggest in the state.

Overview of Eastland

The trapezoid-shaped Eastland suburb grew out of the desire for Charlotte residents to have a larger mall for themselves. Since, then the Eastland - Wilora Lake community has grown to a population of more than 5,000 residents. The original Eastland Mall has been demolished and replaced by the Eastland Open Air Market.

Best of Eastland

  • Best Flea Market: Eastland Open Air Market. When immigrants from Guyana, Africa, suggested an Eastland Open Air Market, the city council jumped at the idea. The flea market-type environment is attracting good crowds.
  • Best Storage: Uncle Bob's Storage. Uncle Bob's Self Storage is off Highway 24 on the east side of town, and it's one of the best places for storage if your apartment is too small. You can rent storage units for anything that you are collecting or storing. Uncle Bob also has moving trucks for rent and boxes for sale.
  • Best Healthcare System: The Consulate Health Care System. Wilora Lake Health Care Center motto is "At the Heart of Caring." The organization offers some of the best nursing, rehabilitation and senior assisted living services available. The Wilora Lake Health Care Center is located at 6001 Wilora Lake Road.
  • Best Pizza: Why Not Pizza. If you want to eat some of the best New York-style pizza in North Carolina, choose Why Not Pizza for dinner. Why Not Pizza at 7008 E Wt Harris Boulevard has affordable prices and large portions.

Top 5 Eastland Adventures

  1. Enjoy your favorite customized car dealer in Charlotte by visiting Intense Motorsport.
  2. Dance a jig and enjoy good times at the Christian-themed Order My Steps Christian Dance Company The Christian Dance Company is a school located in the East Town Market on 5820 EWT Harris Boulevard.
  3. Cool down at your local watering hole the public Kimmerly Woods Swimming Pool. The address is 5335 Kimmerly Woods Drive.
  4. Give your family a good workout at the Campbell Creek Park This is part of the Mecklenburg County Park System. Campbell Creek was built in 1978 and provides prime viewing of the purple Larkspur wildflower.
  5. Picture your wedding in the dream-like setting of the NS Alexander Homestead This Victorian home is located in the northwest corner of Eastland at 4717 Shamrock Drive. Schedule your wedding, reception or business function at this first-class facility.