SouthPark, once part of a 3,000-acre farm owned by North Carolina Governor Cameron Morrison, has been transformed into one of North Carolina’s most esteemed business and residential neighborhoods. The SouthPark area sits six miles south of Uptown Charlotte (a.k.a. downtown) and is centered around the SouthPark Mall, one of the largest shopping malls in the state. Many of SouthPark's neighborhoods were developed in the 1960s through 1980s and boast larger properties with mature trees and sidewalks that feature traditional and ranch style homes. New estates are being built in the area, as well as mix-use shopping and residential centers, with a wide variety of excellent hotels choices for visitors, so when it comes to dining, shopping, playing, and staying, there’s no shortage of options.
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