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Transform a
key site in the
Queen City

Charlotte is the fourth fastest-growing city in the United States. The city's skyline is filled with cranes, job growth is booming, and employers are flocking to the region. One of the Sun Belt's leading cities, Charlotte has become an international destination for people seeking a high quality of life and economic opportunity. This booming Southern metropolis is primed and ready to create the country's next great urban place.

The Charlotte Gateway District development will be located in downtown and one-third mile west of the city's geographic center at the intersection of Trade and Tryon streets. The site is bound on the west by the railroad corridor which runs north-south through downtown's Third and Fourth Ward neighborhoods. The project site consists of approximately 13 +/- acres within the district that will include a multimodal transportation hub at Graham Street and West Trade Street.

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City of Charlotte Incorporated in 1768, Charlotte is often referred to as the “Queen City.” As the most populous city in North Carolina, Charlotte has reached over 800 thousand residents and continues its mission to be a remarkable place to live, work and visit.
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CATS The Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is the largest transit system between Atlanta, GA and Washington, DC with over 70 local, express, and regional bus routes, a light rail line, streetcar service, services for the disabled as well as vanpools.
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Mecklenburg County Mecklenburg County, which is located in the southwestern part of the state of North Carolina, serves over 1 million residents in the communities of Charlotte, Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews, Mint Hill and Pineville.
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N.C. Department of Transportation One of the state’s largest agencies, the North Carolina Department of Transportation is responsible for maintaining roadway systems across the state as well as regulating and implementing programs to support rail, aviation, ferry, public transit and bicycle and pedestrian transportation.
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Charlotte Center City Partners Charlotte Center City Partners facilitates and promotes the economic, cultural and residential development of the City’s urban core.