Welcome to NoDa is Charlotte’s historic arts and entertainment district – a neighborhood where the people are as diverse as the art, live music, craft beers, restaurants, custom gifts and tattoos you will find here. NoDa is dedicated to promoting the arts, living eco-friendly lifestyles, supporting small businesses, encouraging diversity and aiding fellow charities.



Charlotte's historic arts and entertainment district is centered two miles from Uptown at North Davidson and 36th Streets.



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The NoDa Neighborhood and Business Association is the official “Voice of the Arts District”: the volunteer-run nonprofit organization that supports the neighborhood at large.


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NoDa News

Find all the latest news and stories about NoDa - flip through the latest edition of our local monthly paper, the NoDa News, or download previous issues here.



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rent-at-noda-millsInterested at renting an apartment at the most prominent intersection of NoDa?   The Lofts at NoDa Mills applications will be taken JULY 22, 23, 24 (TUES WED THURS) @ Neighborhood Theatre. 1-2 BED APTS PRICED $500-700 DEPENDING ON YOUR INCOME...
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Bonnie Gangelhoff and featured in the July 2014 issue of Southwest Art magazine. Get the Southwest Art July 2014 print issue or digital download now–then subscribe to Southwest Art and never miss...
community-gardening-in-nodaThere’s nothing like seeing plants start to grow out of ground that was frozen just a few weeks ago (really frozen this year). I love gardening, though I am not very good at it. To get some experience (and keep those plants alive), I’ve been gardening in...
funky-geezerNoDa’s Funky Geezer kicks off new season of ‘America’s Got Talent’ Charlotte Observer, May 23, 2014, By Courtney DevoresRead the full story here.' Nearly every afternoon, Woody Williams drives to the Smelly Cat Coffeehouse, gets a cup of coffee and...
concrete-and-lace Women typically wear vintage clothing to express their individuality, and now the Queen City has a new selection to choose from. Housed in the kitchy warehouse known as Area 15, located at the intersection of 15th Street and North Davidson Street, sits...