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Looking to rent an apartment in South End? Here’s an overview of South End’s top 6 apartment complexes.
Since the completion of the Lynx Blue Line in 2007, South End has emerged as Charlotte’s highest-density apartment corridor.
Developers and investors have followed the neighborhood’s housing boom, and the district now boasts myriad eateries, brew pubs, grocery stores and other attractions to serve these residents.
Where to look for apartments if you want to live in South End
The short story: you can’t go wrong. All of the 20+ apartments along the Light Rail in South End are solid properties that offer a host of amenities and convenience, plus great proximity to all of South End’s attractions. It’s a field day for renters who are willing to pay $1,100+ per month.
The real deal: some South End properties stand out from the crowd.
We evaluated properties on the basis of walkability, pool, gym, parking and overall quality. Properties are listed in order from north to south. Monthly rent quotes sourced from Apartments.com.
One to watch: The Railyard.