Charlotte | International Business Hub

As the fastest-growing city in America, Charlotte is also a major player in the world of commerce. It’s a center of banking, retail and telecommunications, home to two of the top banks in the country, and is a hub for US Airways. This is one of the reasons Greater Life is proud to be a part of the Charlotte community.

The Queen City is an attractive choice for many newcomers because it’s a place where you can make friends easily and where a sense of community is encouraged. But Charlotte has a lot more to offer than just its quaint downtown area, so you’ll need to do some research to find the best neighborhoods for your lifestyle.

Neighborhoods that are Safe and Comfortable to Live in

The first thing you should know about Charlotte is that crime is actually very low, especially compared to other big cities. This makes it a great place to raise children or start a career. If you’re moving to the area from a less populated area, it’s a good idea to do your research on which areas have low crime rates so that you can be confident about your choice.

You’ll be able to make friends quickly because people here are so friendly and courteous. In fact, you’ll be greeted almost every time you walk down the street!

If you’re looking for a home in the city, it’s a good idea to look for properties that are within a close walk of public transportation. That way, you’ll be able to enjoy the benefits of living in Charlotte without being tied down by your own car or paying extra for parking.

As a rule, if you’re moving to Charlotte, you’ll want to choose a home in a good neighborhood that’s surrounded by public transportation options. That way, you’ll have an easy commute to work and be able to take advantage of all that the city has to offer.

In addition, Charlotte’s inland location means that it usually doesn’t receive hurricane-force winds from the Atlantic Ocean. However, it does receive rain from passing tropical systems and so you’ll need to keep an eye out for those in your area.

It’s a Great City for Foodies

If you love food, you’ll be happy to know that Charlotte has some of the best restaurants in the region. Whether you’re looking for fine dining or something more casual, there’s sure to be a spot that fits your needs.

The cuisine here is a mix of Southern and global styles, with a focus on fresh ingredients and heirloom ingredients. This is evident in restaurants like Haymaker, which opened March 2018 by chef William Dissen.

This modish eatery sources locally from farmers to create dishes that feature ingredients such as Benton’s country ham, Brasstown beef, Ashe County cheddar and local peaches. It’s also known for its burgers, which are made with Brasstown beef patties, Ashe County cheddar and caramelized onions on a benne seed potato bun.

If you’re interested in learning more about the history of Charlotte, there are a number of museums and heritage sites around town that you can visit. The Charlotte Museum of History and the Schiele Museum of National History & Planetarium are both great options.

Points Of Interest

Sung’s Sundries, 401 S Tryon St # 110, Charlotte, NC 28202

Abbot Downing, 401 S Tryon St 2nd Floor, Charlotte, NC 28202

Red Ginger Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi, 401 S Tryon St #130, Charlotte, NC 28202