The Charlotte Area

A great shot of Charlotte North Carolina's skyline (financial district) at night. Charlotte is the second largest city in the southeast and is the third fastest growing city in the US. A cool shot looking up between some of downtown Charlotte's largest skyscrapers. A great photo in Charlotte's Marshall Park. A beautiful day in the Queen City. Lake Norman is north of Charlotte and is a popular destination for those seeking to live on the water. An aerial view of Lake Norman. Lake Wylie sits south of Charlotte on the South Carolina border. It is another popular spot for those who are looking for a waterfront home. The Charlotte area maintains some incredible waterfront properties from Lake Norman to Lake Wylie and areas in between. This photo exemplifies the highly sought after The Charlotte skyline from Romare Bearden Park. Romare Bearden Park at night. Charlotte is home to the NFL's Charlotte Panthers which play at Bank of America Stadium in downtown Charlotte. The Nascar Hall of Fame, located in downtown Charlotte is a popular attraction for race fans of all ages. Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, NC regularly attracts huge crowds. Uptown Charlotte in the evening. A beautiful autumn day in Charlotte's Marshall Park. EpiCentre is a half-million square-foot entertainment complex in Charlotte that offers shopping, dining and entertainment options for everyone. The LYNX is Charlotte’s light rail service which ensures a hassle-free commute for many. The LYNX light rail has 15 stations across 10 miles and operates from I-485 at South Boulevard to Uptown Charlotte. Crowders Mountain is 800 feet tall offering incredible views of the surrounding area. Crowders Mountain Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is located on a 380 acre stretch on Lake Wylie. You'll find beautiful gardens, fountains, nature trails and much more. Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden Visitor Center.