The "Edge city" of Charlotte. 

South Park defines itself as the Edge City of Charlotte.  An American term for a concentration of business, shopping, and entertainment outside a traditional downtown, or central business district. The name South Park was derived from the upscale South Park Mall, which opened in the 70s. It's home of the largest shopping mall in all of North Carolina. This neighborhood employs 70,000 people. 

Vibrant, Stimulating, and Connected are three words that perfectly sum up the South Park community.  It's so centrally located in the grand scheme of things, it is inevitable you'll find yourself in the area.  It's where business and pleasure collide, it's coined the retail nirvana of Charlotte. 

It's less than five miles from Uptown Charlotte, and the community spans across a large area with all types of neighborhoods.  You'll find nice standard, new construction, and renovated homes along with million-dollar estates. 



  • What you'll love

South park is the City within The City.  Here you'll find your luxury retailers and local shoppes.  It is flooded with dinning joints, and the social scene continues to grow. 

  • Real estate market

South Park is particular for those who want to be centrally located. The schools are solid, and you can find million dollar estates to perfect starter homes ranging from the $200,000-300,000s

  • Life Style

South Park has everything you need.  From the extravagant shopping and dining, to the business districts, and the countless entertainment options, this area attracts all. Residents can satisfy any need within the same zip code here. 

  • Dining & Entertainment

Stop shopping to enjoy Asian delicacies at Baku, farm-to-table cuisine at Dogwood Southern Table & Bar, appreciate creative and original tapas at Good Food just a name a few. If you're in the mood for a date night, picnic to Charlotte Symphony’s Summer Pops series at Symphony Park.