Relocating? Life in Lake Norman

Lake Norman and Charlotte Remain At the Top of The List of Places to Live

The Peninsula Yacht Club on Lake Norman

 

Sometimes when the news is full of negativity, it is nice to sit back and take a look at the big picture, especially if you are fortunate enough to live in the Lake Norman Charlotte area.  In the recent Kiplinger article which ranked Charlotte #2  in their Best Value Cities of 2011, there are many great reminders of why the future of our area is still so bright.

Some of their reasons for Charlotte’s desirability:

  • Banking/Financial center
  • Diversified Economy
  • Efforts by local governments to entice small and large businesses to the area
  • It is becoming an “energy hub” including Duke Energy, Siemens and Toshiba as well as more than 125 companies in green industries
  • Family-oriented, top-notch schools
  • Affordability including low taxes, utility rates and reasonable construction costs
  • Fun including “upscale restaurants and bars to funky neighborhood eateries”, the “cultural mile”, NBA and NFL stadiums, the arts and festivals
  • Greenspace in the form of parks, greenway trails, the US Whitewater Center, and, of course, Lake Norman
  • Location: Less than two hours to the Mountains and 3 hours to some of the best beaches on the East Coast

Here are the links to the complete article and even a video:

Kiplinger’s Guide to Best Value Cities Article

Kiplinger’s Guide to Charlotte Ranked #2

They make it sound so good that I want to move here from California all over again!

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