Welcome to Charlotte, NCWith its endless list of commendations, Charlotte, North Carolina boasts an unparalleled combination of sophistication and growth. The Queen City offers residents a golden opportunity to enjoy a mild climate, premier location, and a rich history; not to mention a thriving economy and an ample list of activities for individuals and families.
As the 18th largest city in the United States, Charlotte is on some of the most coveted lists such as: “Best Place to Live in America” by relocate-America.com, “Best Places to Live and Launch” by CNNMoney.com, and “5 Cities with Big Outdoor Appeal” by Self Magazine. So, what makes Charlotte so appealing?
Many people relocate to Charlotte because of the geography and climate. Charlotte’s yearly average high is 72°F and the average low at 51°F. Rainfall averages 44 inches a year, and snow? Well, snow averages only 4 inches a year, when we get it.
Whether you prefer the mountains or the beach, you are in luck living in Charlotte! A 3 ½ hour drive may take you to a Carolina Beach or a 2 hour drive to the expansive Appalachian Mountains: perfect for a weekend get-away or a holiday celebration. In addition, the Charlotte Douglas International Airport, a US Airways hub, services non-stop flights to a generous amount of cities making travel convenient and versatile.
Generous growth has been Charlotte’s trend since the city was first established. From being responsible for the first gold rush in America, to currently being the 2nd largest banking headquarters in the United States and the nation’s largest financial institution by assets, Charlotte will always be a benchmark for entrepreneur spirits. The Queen City houses headquarters for several Fortune 500 companies.
Come see why Charlotte has been awarded one of the best places to live in the United States!