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Where is East Charlotte?

From the thriving restaurant and bar scene of Plaza Midwood (featured by the Washington Post!) to the lakeside hideaways of Grove Park, CharlotteEAST is dedicated to supporting and uplifting every eastside corner. As we think of "East Charlotte," the rough geographic boundaries of the region are:

  • North: Plaza Rd. Extension/North Davidson Street/Old Concord Road 

  • East: Interstate 485

  • Southeast: Charlotte-Mint Hill border/Margaret Wallace Road

  • Southwest: Randolph Road

The map  shows our service area. To find your individual neighborhood and connect with fellow residents, use the City of Charlotte's Neighborhood Organization Contact List

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CharlotteEAST focus area

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CharlotteEAST's primary geographic focus is the Eastland area, the boundaries of which are:  


  • North: The Plaza

  • East: W.T. Harris

  • South: Independence

  • West: Eastway 

This geographic footprint reflects the scope of our service area as defined by United Neighborhoods, but has always served as our organizational heartbeat (we were incorporated as the Eastland Area Strategies Team).

While our advocacy is closely tied to this region, we always promote and support the people and places in each corner of our larger East Charlotte community. Friends and partners we work with that represent other geographic footprints include:

  • Far East Neighborhood Coalition

  • Monroe Road Advocates

  • Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association

  • Plaza-Eastway Communities

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