NoDa, or North Davidson, is Charlotte’s Historic Arts District and is home to many eclectic art galleries, live music venues and local eateries. The neighborhood which surrounds the intersection of N. Davidson St. and 36th St. was a thriving textile community until the last mill closed in 1975. The NoDa neighborhood is transforming and is appealing to a younger demographic seeking residence in a hip part of town.

How to Get to NoDa:

From Uptown, travel north on N. Tryon St. approximately 2 miles and turn right on 36th Street. Travel a half mile to N. Davidson St.

Living in NoDa:

NoDa is undergoing revitalization and many homes in the area are being renovated and resold. Remodeled bungalows in NoDa average $440,000 while new-construction townhomes are selling for $200,000.

Dining in NoDa:

Cabo Fish Taco
Cabo features authentic south-of-the-border taste at great prices.
3201 N. Davidson St.
Charlotte, NC 28205

Boudreaux’s Louisiana Kitchen
Boudreaux’s features low-country favorites like shrimp and grits and cajun staples like etouffee and jambalaya
501 E. 36th St.
Charlotte, NC 28205

Things to Do in NoDa:

NoDa Gallery Crawl
On the first and third Friday of every month from 6-9:30 p.m., meander through NoDa’s endless array of art galleries featuring original work by artists in all stages of their career. Parking is free on most side streets or $3 at The Neighborhood Theatre.

Live Music
NoDa is home to several live music venues like The Evening Muse, Neighborhood Theatre and Wine Up which showcase up-and-coming as well as established musicians and vocalists of all genres.