For the past year, NoDa News has focused a lot of attention on the history of North Charlotte’s mill days.
North Charlotte’s third and final mill complex to be preserved and renovated into housing is underway at the Johnston Mill.
The Evening Muse has been a cornerstone of NoDa’s art and entertainment for 20 years, and will finally reopen in May.
Did you know that NoDa is built on the Nationally Registered Historic District of North Charlotte?
Longtime NoDa resident Graham Smith passed away in November.
If you’re new to Charlotte, or old to Charlotte, or visiting from out of town, NoDa can be a little confusing.
Dr. Allen Shepard, D.O. has opened a new primary care practice on 36th Street in the Novel NoDa retail units.
This is an article about “community” and “development” … in a philosophical sense. I moved to NoDa in 2007. I bought the last house that I could afford to buy in this neighborhood before everything got really, really expensive. And I was keenly aware that my house was already really, really expensive to the community…
I’m not a “car guy.” And I’m definitely not a “road warrior.” Don’t get me wrong; I love my weekend hiking trips to Pisgah National Forest and Upstate South Carolina with my wife and dog, but my least favorite part is the white-knuckled jockeying for position and inevitable four-mile backups on the Interstates. So, when…
On Wednesday, April 17, after nearly three and a half years, East Sugar Creek Road reopened with a soaring new roadway bridge over the LYNX light rail and North Carolina Railroad corridor. Think back to that sad old intersection and railroad crossing: traffic backed up to North Tryon and The Plaza multiple times per hour…