Luxity Terraces calls Uptown Charlotte's Third Ward neighborhood home. Third Ward, nestled in the southwest corner of Uptown Charlotte, is arguably Uptown Charlotte's most diverse neighborhood. Featuring millions of square feet of commercial and retail space, abundant park and recreation space, sports and cultural attractions, and more, Third Ward has something for everyone.
Why Live Here?
Third Ward offers excellent proximity to Uptown Charlotte's cultural sites and amenities. It houses one of Frazier Park, one of Charlotte's premier urban parks--featuring a community garden, dog park, connections to several greenways, and a peaceful tranquility that is unexpected in a busy urban environment.
Whether you are a young professional with nightlife in mind or an empty-nester who simply wants the convenience of life in the city, Third Ward is a great choice. Close to everything while feeling miles away from anything.
Make Third Ward and Luxity Terraces your new home today!
Neighborhood Attractions and Amenities
Gateway Village was one of Uptown Charlotte’s first mixed use communities. With more than one million square feet of rentable space, Gateway Village is one of the largest commercial centers in Uptown Charlotte. Gateway Village houses thousands of office workers, students, and residents, providing them with abundant dining and entertainment options lining Trade, Cedar, and 5th Street. Only a few short blocks from Luxity Terraces, Gateway Village is sure to be a popular neighborhood hangout for our residents.
Frazier Park, located only steps from Luxity Terraces, is one of Uptown Charlotte’s premier parks. Located between I-77 and Third Ward’s residential districts, Frazier Park offers community gardens, a meditation garden, tennis courts, full size basketball courts, a dog park, multiple greenway connections, and more. Despite it’s proximity to I-77 and the bustling streets of Uptown Charlotte, Fraizer Park is surprisingly quiet and tranquil–leaving you feeling miles removed from civilization.
Romare Bearden Park
newest urban park, Romare Bearden Park opened in 2013 in Charlotte’s Third Ward neighborhood. Located only a few blocks from Luxity Terraces, Romare Bearden Park is a popular hangout spot for Third Ward residents.With several adjacent restaurants and restaurants, a weekly concert series, and special events at Romare Bearden Park, you will undoubtedly find yourself frequenting this urban oasis.
Bank of America Stadium
Bank of America Stadium is the home of the Carolina Panthers. Whether you are attending the game or not, Third Ward allows you to immerse yourself in the gameday atmosphere–creating a fun community atmosphere throughout the fall and winter.
Not a football fan? No problem. Bank of America also hosts a number of other events, including international soccer matches, concerts, and more.
BB&T Stadium is one of Uptown Charlotte’s newest cultural attractions. As the home of the Charlotte Knights, BB&T Stadium hosts over 70 Triple-A baseball games per year in addition to collegiate match-ups and city festivals–including Charlotte’s Oktoberfest celebration.
BB&T Stadium is located adjacent to Romare Bearden Park, creating a lively and vibrant entertainment district for Third Ward Residents.
In the early year’s of Charlotte’s history, the geographical area today known as Third Ward was largely farmland until gold was discovered in and around Irwin Creek and its tributaries. The discovery of gold led to a gold rush that was unparalleled in size until the California gold rush of 1849. In what we today call Third Ward, there were once rudimentary sluice miners in Irwin Creek and deep shaft mining operations. The shafts of the long abandoned Rudisill and Saint Catherines mines still snake their way under many of Third Ward’s streets today.
What we know today as Third Ward was originally created as a residential neighborhood in the late 1800’s. In the early days of the neighborhood, this area was considered a streetcar suburb and was known not as Third Ward, but as Woodlawn. Once a predominantly African-American neighborhood, many of the residential structures were demolished in the 1950s and 1960s as a part of urban renewal campaigns aimed to reduce blight in Uptown Charlotte.
Today, Third Ward has evolved into a mixed-use community, featuring Charlotte landmarks like Bank of America stadium, office space housing Fortune 500 companies, and a mixture of single and multi-family housing options.