About South End
The city of Charlotte in North Carolina serves as a hub for a lot of different media sources. The Historic South End of Charlotte has a lot to offer its visitors. There is quite a variety of businesses and retail shops, restaurants, arts and cultural venues are a part of the South End's attractions. A range of residential options are available as well. You can easily reach the south end, whether you are on foot, riding a bike, driving a car, or using transit. The LYNX light rail train is a very good option as it runs through the main points of interest in South End. The district's four train stations enable you to quickly reach your desired location in South End. The historic South End district rests to the immediate south of Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. It is usually referred to simply as South End and is one of three Municipal Service Districts in Charlotte. The South End's history dates back to the 1850's. It began to take form with Charlotte's first railroad line, connecting the Queen City to Columbia and Charleston, SC. With the passage of time, a thriving manufacturing community populated the area along the tracks. The community earned its livelihood from the booming textile industry. During the 1970s and 1980s the industrial area declined. It revived again in the early 1990s when the mill buildings and warehouses were resorted by restaurants, shops, and design-related industries. The area has a number of renovated factories and a good mix of commercial, retail, and high end residential construction. The area has different well-known businesses, such as Price's Chicken Coop, Design Center of the Carolina's, Woods on South and the national headquarters of Concentric Marketing
Events in South End
at Sugar Creek Brewing
Join us every Thursday and bring some friends to enjoy $10 pitchers of your favorite Sugar Creek beers.