North Charlotte

  • Highland Creek is a planned community West of Concord Mills and I-85, east of Eastfield Road and north of Mallard Creek.
  • NoDa, a former mill village previously called North Charlotte, is located along North Davidson Street.
  • Northlake is located near the mall of the same name.
  • University City is the portion of Charlotte in the extreme northeast around UNC Charlotte.
  • Villa Heights, a former mill village, now combined with a portion of the former Plaza Hills neighborhood, is bordered by Parkwood Avenue, The Plaza, Matheson Avenue, and North Davidson Street.
  • Wilson Heights is the area surrounding the intersection of Statesville Rd and Nevin Rd
  • Belmont is a former mill village located east of Uptown, bordered by N. Davidson St., Parkwood Ave, 10th Ave, and Hawthorne St.
  • College Downs is a John Crosland Co./Ryland developed subdivision of tract-built and customized homes located directly across from UNC Charlotte in the University City/Newell-South district, and bordered by Old Concord Rd., University City Blvd. (Hwy. 49), Suther Rd., and Harris Blvd. Notably, the homesite of Dr. Bonnie Ethel Cone (1907–2003) , late UNC Charlotte founder; Vice-Chancellor Emeritus, and namesake of main thoroughfare Bonnie Ln., is located at Sandburg Ave. & Millay Ave. Streets are named after notable literary figures; e.g., Robert Frost Ln., Lewis Carroll Ct., Van Dyke Dr., et.al.
  • Eastfield/Prosperity is the area bordered by Eastfield Road, Brown Road and Prosperity Church Rd
  • Highland Creek is a planned community West of Concord Mills and I-85, east of Eastfield Road and north of Mallard Creek.