About The Village of South End!
The Village of South End is a mixed use building in the heart of thriving South End! Comprised of 113 residential condo units, 6 retail spaces and 12 offices, this building is one of a kind. The modern mi-rise building was built in 2004 and designed by world famous architect David Furman. The Village of Southend is walking distance to all of South End and Dilworth – located directly behind Chiptole and blocks from the nearest Lynx Light Rail Station, Publix, the newly re-designed Atherton Mill, including Anthropologie, Free People, Luna’s Living Kitchen, Not just Coffee, Warby Parker, O-Ku Asian Fusion and so much more! Building features are controlled access parking and pedestrian access, residential courtyard and elevator access. View The Village Of South End inventory below and contact community expert, Jessica Flinn about purchasing or selling in the community!
A few words from by Village of South End clients…
I have worked with Jessica for many years. She originally helped me rent out my condo in Dilworth and since then, she has helped me rent out another condo in Southend as well as sell the property. That property ended up selling for more than list price AND becoming the highest sold unit in the building within the last ten years. I have worked with many realtors and property managers in Charlotte and I can say that she is the most knowledgeable for that area and the most reliable to get the job done. She is very hardworking and I would highly recommend her!
About South End from your community expert!
South End’s history dates back to the mid 1800’s as the home of the nations first gold rush and inspiration to the city’s first rail road system! It is a history of many firsts include industrialism, manufacturing, design and so much more – turning South End into what is now a huge adaptive reuse initiative! Since I have been in Charlotte, originally managing the first complex to kick off the multi-family boom in 2012, the South End neighborhood has exploded with thousands of new, luxury apartment units, new trendy restaurants and bars, and a boom of popular brewery hot spots. With the light rail to take you easily from one neighborhood to another, an influx of rentable bikes and scooters, the convenience of the rail trail and access to major highways, this is one of the most easily explored and dynamic neighborhoods in Charlotte.