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  1. Fort Mill

    Fort Mill is a town located along the I-77 corridor in the northernmost part of South Carolina.



  2. Charlotte/Ballantyne

    Ballantyne is a sprawling suburb on the southern boundary of Charlotte. Having risen out of farmland 20 years ago, it has been recognized as one of the most successful master-planned communities in the Southeast.

  3. Charlotte/SouthPark

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  4. Charlotte/South End

    South End is a district in Charlotte. Extending from the southern side of the I-277 freeway loop south of Uptown, it extends along South Boulevard toward I-485.

  5. Charlotte/Myers Park


  6. Charlotte/Dilworth
  7. Charlotte/Uptown
  8. Charlotte

    Charlotte is an ambitious and rapidly growing city in the southern part of the Piedmont of North Carolina. It is the largest city in the state, with a population of 809,856 (2014 estimate) residents within the city limits.

  9. Matthews

    Matthews is a small town in North Carolina. It is considered a suburb of Charlotte, and is located at the southeastern border of Mecklenburg County.



  10. Charlotte/Elizabeth
  11. Charlotte/Plaza-Midwood

    Plaza-Midwood is a district in Charlotte. It is located on the city's east side, about a mile from Uptown, and is developing as a hip urban neighborhood.

  12. Charlotte/East Charlotte

    East Charlotte is a large conglomeration of neighborhoods in Charlotte. Since it is not a unified district, it has no official boundaries; however, it is generally recognized that the area begins east of Independence Blvd.

  13. Charlotte/NoDa

    NoDa is an arts district in Charlotte. Its name is a blend of "NOrth DAvidson", after the district's main street.

  14. Monroe (North Carolina)

    Monroe is a small city in North Carolina. It is in Union County, on U.

  15. Huntersville

    Huntersville is a northern suburb of Charlotte, North Carolina. It has historically been a very small town, but due to suburban growth it has begun to develop its own small sphere of influence in the northern end of Mecklenburg County.



  16. Harrisburg (North Carolina)

    Harrisburg is a historic town in North Carolina, founded in 1765. It is home to Harrisburg Town Center, a lovely shopping district surrounding the new Town Hall and public commons.

  17. Cornelius (North Carolina)

    Cornelius is a very small town in central North Carolina. It is a northern suburb of Charlotte, located inside the northern boundary of Mecklenburg County.

  18. Midland (North Carolina)
  19. Davidson

    Davidson is a small "college town" in North Carolina. It is known primarily for its association with Davidson College, and in recent years has become a suburb of Charlotte.

  20. Concord (North Carolina)
  21. Kannapolis

    Kannapolis is a town in North Carolina, roughly 15 minutes north of Charlotte by car. It is known primarily as the home of the Earnhardt auto-racing family, and the former home of a large textile industry.

  22. Mooresville

    Mooresville, North Carolina is located 20 minutes north of downtown Charlotte, and is also known as "Race City, USA." Mooresville is home to a multitude of NASCAR race shops, as well as home to some of NASCAR's elite drivers.

  23. Mount Pleasant (North Carolina)
  24. Hickory
  25. Statesville
  26. Spartanburg
  27. Columbia (South Carolina)

    Columbia is both the capital city and largest city in South Carolina. It is in the approximate geographic center of the state, and is one of the first planned cities of the United States.

  28. Salisbury (North Carolina)
  29. Lexington (South Carolina)
  30. Union Grove
  31. Lexington (North Carolina)
  32. Sumter
  33. Greer
  34. Henderson (North Carolina)
  35. Rockingham (North Carolina)
  36. Mauldin
  37. Thomasville (North Carolina)

    Thomasville is a city in North Carolina. Thomasville at one time was a major industrial city, once housing numerous furniture-manufacturing plants for Thomasville Furniture Industries.

  38. Greenville (South Carolina)

    Greenville has been described as Athens, Georgia for adults. It is the county seat of and largest city in Greenville County, South Carolina, United States.

  39. Blowing Rock
  40. Pfafftown

    Pfafftown is a city in North Carolina. As of the 2000 census, Pfafftown had a population of 9,562.

  41. Winston-Salem
  42. Boone (North Carolina)

    Boone is in Watauga County, in the North Carolina Mountains. It is the home of Appalachian State University and the county seat.

  43. High Point

    High Point is part of the Piedmont Triad in North Carolina. High Point is often referred to as the furniture capital of the world due not only to the large number of furniture manufactures in the area, but also because of the International Home Furnishings Markets held each Spring and Fall.

  44. Florence (South Carolina)

    Florence is a city in the Pee Dee Country Region of South Carolina.

  45. Black Mountain
  46. Hendersonville (North Carolina)

    Hendersonville is in western North Carolina. The population estimate for 2005 is 11,396 and it is 2,200 feet above sea level.

  47. Belton (South Carolina)
  48. Laurinburg
  49. Pinehurst
  50. Aberdeen (North Carolina)
  51. Southern Pines
  52. Asheville

    The city of Asheville is nestled between the Blue Ridge Mountains and Great Smoky Mountains in Western North Carolina. Asheville serves as the county seat of Buncombe County.

  53. Anderson (South Carolina)