9 best apartments in Uptown

9 best apartments in Uptown
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Looking for an apartment in Uptown Charlotte? Here’s the 8 best apartment communities in the heart of our city.

Uptown is Charlotte’s crown jewel home to the city’s biggest sports, business, arts and food destinations. And for those fortunate enough to be earning top-dollar, you can pay top-dollar to live right in the middle of it all.

Uptown has dozens of high- and mid-rise apartment complexes that are all relatively new, offering the best of the best. And even though luxe finishes and over-the-top amenities are the standard for new development in Queen City, some diamonds in the not-so-rough shine a little brighter, including the picks we’ve rounded up for you here.

Monthly rent quotes sourced from Apartments.com.


The VUE Charlotte

Location: 215 N. Pine St.
Constructed: 2010
No. of apartments: 395
Managed by: Northwood Ravin
Agenda related guide: The #1 apartment tower in Charlotte

Monthly rent:

  • One bedroom: $1,455-$3,433
  • Two bedroom: $2,357-$4,922
  • Three bedroom: $4,946-$$7,835

Why it stands out:

  • A 51-story luxury complex near BB&T Ballpark and Bank of American Stadium, the VUE offers some of the best Uptown views
  • Luxe amenities include a 50th floor SKY lounge, a private bar for residents and their guests; a 4,000-square foot health club and spa; and a golf simulator and gaming room

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Novel Stonewall Station

Location: 300 E. Stonewall St.
Constructed: 2018
No. of apartments: 459
Managed by: Greystar

Monthly rent:

  • Studio: $1,300-$1,850
  • One bedroom: $1,510-$2,655
  • Two bedroom: $2,100-$6,000
  • Three bedroom: $6,995-$11,995

Why it stands out:

  • The 2,600-square foot gym has skyline views (talk about motivation)
  • Whole Foods –located right below – has already opened its doors, and more retail businesses are slated to be built
  • The pool deck has tons of covered picnic tables, views for days and lounge-style cabanas

Agenda guide: Want to live above Whole Foods Uptown? Rent ranges $1,295 – $15,000


Ascent Uptown

Location: 225 S. Poplar St.
Constructed: 2017
No. of apartments: 300
Managed by: Greystar

Monthly rent:

  • Studio: $1,360-$2,450
  • One bedroom: $1,900-$3,429
  • Two bedroom: $2,960-$5,240

Why it stands out:

  • Top-notch rooftop amenities include a saltwater pool, penthouse lounge with a bar and a fitness center with high-tech equipment
  • Rooftop fire pit and entertainment space with lounge seating

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SkyHouse Uptown

Location: 640 N. Church St.
Constructed: 2015
No. of apartments: 672
Managed by: Greystar

Monthly rent:

  • Studio: $1,334-$$1,825
  • One bedroom: $1,266-$1,825
  • Two bedroom: $1,341-$3,099
  • Three bedroom: $2,555-$3,335

Why it stands out:

  • SkyPark is their exclusive open-air, one-acre activity area with putting greens, a dog park, fire pits, tennis courts and more – all elevated on the 6th floor with skyline views

Museum Tower

Location: 525 S. Church St.
Constructed: 2016
No. of apartments: 395
Managed by: Childress Klein

Monthly rent:

  • One bedroom: $1,860-$2,849
  • Two bedroom: $2,737-$3,397

Why it stands out:

  • Unobstructed view of and walking distance to the Panther’s Stadium
  • 24-hour concierge to take care of any needs, at any time
  • A cycling studio and yoga room, in addition to the fitness center

Agenda guide: Luxury high-rise Museum Tower now open on top of the Mint. See the view from the 43rd floor (video)

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Element Uptown

Location: 355 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Constructed: 2015
No. of apartments: 352
Managed by: Lincoln Property Company

Monthly rent:

  • Studio: $1,520-43,809
  • One bedroom: $1,628-$2,714
  • Two bedroom: $2,189-$3,346

Why it stands out:

  • Some units offer 12- to 14-foot ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows, opening up to Uptown views
  • Ample entertaining areas, including private cabanas with TVs and food prep station

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Catalyst 

Location: 255 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.
Constructed: 2009
No. of apartments: 463
Managed by: Northwood Ravin

Monthly rent:

  • One bedroom: $1,333-$1,806
  • Two bedroom: $2,131-$2,381

Why it stands out:

  • Floor-to-ceiling windows in living areas and bedrooms of some units
  • Free Google Fiber

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Enclave

Location: 710 E. 7th St.
Constructed: 2008
No. of apartments: 85
Managed by: MAA

Monthly rent:

  • One bedroom: Call for rent
  • Two bedroom: $1,673-$3,293
  • Three bedroom: $1,948-$3,738

Why it stands out:

  • Gated park/pet area with pet-waste disposal
  • Coffee/breakfast concierge

Savoy

Location: 650 E. Stonewall St.
Total apartment units: 302, built in 2018

Monthly rent:

  • One bedroom: $1,268-$2,153
  • Two bedroom: $2,355-$3,260
  • Three bedroom: $3,180-$3,310

Why it stands out:

  • Brand new
  • Resort-style salt water pool with sun deck
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