Each month, Plaza Midwood gives its community members incentives to keep this section of Charlotte both beautiful and historical. Neighbors get the chance to nominate the best-landscaped lawns, and residents are welcome to volunteer at the local community garden, where Purple Phox and Black-eyed Susans are among the plants that prosper. Rules have been put in place to protect historic buildings, so that even as homes are updated, they maintain their character. The personal gardens of many Plaza Midwood home owners serve as models for both residents of Charlotte and those visiting the area. Condos and townhomes abound in this area, as well as unique and lovely single family residences.
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Updated: 16th July, 2019 4:40 AM.
Updated: 16th July, 2019 4:01 AM.