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The Charlotte metro area offers many attractive lures for seniors who want to live their golden years like royalty. Charlotte, also known as the Queen City, has the energy of a big city while still maintaining small-town charm. Museums, decadent dining selections, and all-around beautiful outdoor spaces and weather are just a few of Charlotte’s attractions — and its selection of independent senior living communities is a reflection of that appeal. Independent living communities offer seniors all the perks of apartment-style living with extra services and amenities, such as housekeeping, meal services, and personal laundry.

A Place for Mom partners with nine independent senior living communities within a 10-mile radius of Uptown Charlotte, the lively city center. This deluxe guide to independent living in Charlotte is the optimal resource to help get you started on your search journey. It combines our 20+ years of experience in senior living with our proprietary rating system that’s based on location, facility transparency, and recent, high-quality reviews. We detail everything you need to know about Charlotte’s independent living communities, from favorite amenities to types of independent living communities to cost and payment methods. Additionally, you’ll find some highlights and local resources for seniors living in Charlotte.

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Average starting price $5,672/month
Average starting price $4,077/month
Average starting price $934/month
Recent reviews of Independent Living in Charlotte, NC
The Blake at Baxter Village in Fort Mill, SC

I love The Blake!! It's an excellent facility and my parents are adjusting nicely to living in their independent care cottage which is simply beautiful. Yes I would tell a friend.

Shads Landing in Charlotte, NC

I would recommend to any that wants a good place for your love one. I like the staff.The best thing they all do is care. It's a great place to live. We picked this community because, I liked it from the start.

Holiday Willow Grove in Matthews, NC

There were a couple small things that weren't quite as we expected, but overall we have been very pleased with Holiday Willow Grove, the staff has assisted us with our aunt's new and unique needs, and she is happy there. The cost has been as reasonable as we could expect for a senior living facility.

Brookdale Charlotte East

6053 Wilora Lake Road, Charlotte, NC 28212

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I would recommend. My experience has been mostly pleasant. People and staff friendly. I picked this community, because it was recommended by a co-worker. Diversity of residents. Close proximity to my home

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living
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Aging well can mean living well, especially with the resort-style amenities available at our community. Start your days strolling through expansive courtyards and along flower-lined walking paths, perhaps stop at the wellness center and then enjoy a stage play at the on-site theater. Or maybe...

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MerryWood on Park

3600 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28209

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Everything has been wonderful so far. No complaints.We are very happy with Merrywood, the staff and all we have experienced so far. Great choice! We picked this community because of the location and what...

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living
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Located in the heart of Charlotte, Myers Park and Dilworth neighborhoods.

Holiday Carmel Place

5512 Carmel Road, Charlotte, NC 28226

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91 reviews

My loved one is a resident at Holiday Carmel Place and it's been a great experience so far! The staff is excellent, friendly, and always willing to help. [name removed] has been wonderful. I hear that the...

Provides: Independent Living
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Carmel Place provides a fulfilling, independent lifestyle in a welcoming environment. Conveniently located in South Charlotte near some of the city's best shopping, dining and healthcare, you'll enjoy living in our beautiful and peaceful community. You'll wish you called us home sooner. Our...

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Providence Meadows

4123 Kuykendall Rd, Charlotte, NC 28270

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My sibling is a resident at this community. He has mental health challenges and does not always get along with others. All of the staff have been totally respectful at all times. I am very pleased and the...

Provides: Independent Living
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Shads Landing

9131 Benfield Rd, Charlotte, NC 28269

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Overall pleased. I picked this community because it is close to family. I rated activities low because they don't appeal to me in general. Other people here like them. Staffing is chronically low.

Provides: Independent Living
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Shads Landing provides a fulfilling, independent lifestyle in a welcoming environment. Built upon ten-acres of beautifully landscaped grounds with a large pond at the center, Shads Landing offers you all the convenience of Charlotte with a lovely park-like setting to call their own. Yet we're...

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Brookdale Carriage Club Providence

5800 Old Providence Road, Charlotte, NC 28226

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So far a nice place. Nice room sizes. Nice amenities and helpful people. . New appliances. Lots of greenery. Plank floors. Lots of closet space. Balcony. Walking trails. Outdoor pool. Etc

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care
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Care Today, Care TomorrowIf you’re ready to exchange the burden of things like cooking, cleaning and laundry for a community that offers exciting activities and events, custom care that meets your specific needs and amenities and services that resemble life at a destination resort rather than a...

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Overture Cotswold 55+ Apartment Homes

4830 Randolph Rd, Charlotte, NC 28211

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I would tell others that it is a great safe place. There is a lot of things to do. The other residents and staff watch out for you. My loved one doesn't think a lot of the food. The breakfast is more of...

Provides: Independent Living
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Description of Overture Cotswold 55+ Apartment Homes - conveniently located in Charlotte, North CarolinaAt Overture Cotswold 55+ Apartment Homes we have a wide variety of community features. Pets such as dogs and cats are permitted in private quarters. Our community conveniently offers both...

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Ambriant at Austin Village

980 Chestnut Ln, Matthews, NC 28104

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I'm very happy with Ambient at Austin Village. The facility is very clean. It's brand new. The tenants are very nice and friendly, and they all look out for each other. The setting is lovely - it backs...

Provides: Independent Living

Holiday Willow Grove

10043 Idlewild Road, Matthews, NC 28105

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My loved one is currently a resident at Holiday Willow Grove. Overall, her experience at this facility has been great. The cleanliness is okay. The friendliness and the staff are great. The care services,...

Provides: Independent Living
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Willow Grove provides a fulfilling, independent lifestyle in a welcoming environment. Our hometown of Matthews is a largely residential community that is warm, friendly and safe. Between our quaint downtown and network of charming parks, there's plenty to see and do right here in town. Our...

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Madison Saints Paradise South

1821 Bishop Madison Ln, Charlotte, NC 28216

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Carmel Hills

2801 Carmel Rd, Charlotte, NC 28226

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There are not enough words to describe Carmel Hills! It is the most wonderful loving place. My Mother lived there for 14 months and was taken better care of than I could ever imagine. The people that work...

Provides: Independent Living

Carmel Hills is a Continuing Care Retirement Community for Christians. We have specialized in the care and encouragement of the Lord’s people for over 30 years. Our long-term staff consists of trained, experienced, and friendly people who are all interested in the safety and security of our...

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Overture Providence 55+ Apartment Homes

6805 Walnut Branch Lane, Charlotte, NC 28277

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I shop locally nearby at CVS, etc. Traffic is light to moderate (bank of am, chase, etc). Easy access to major banks. Wireless internet hookup adequate w/ heated swimming pool and foyer and exercise.

Provides: Independent Living
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Welcome to Overture Providence, your premiere 55+ active adult living destination. Here, you will discover beautifully designed apartment homes, one-of-a-kind services and over 12,000 square feet of resort-inspired amenities. We offer everything you’ll need to maintain a happy and healthy...

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Independence Place

3501 East Independence Blvd, Charlotte, NC 28205

Provides: Independent Living, Senior Apartments

Panacea Senior Independent Living

2700 Eastway Dr, Charlotte, NC 28205

Provides: Independent Living

Sharon Village

4009 Craig Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28211

Provides: Independent Living


3800 Shamrock Dr, Charlotte, NC 28215

It's a part of the Methodist system and my mother is Methodist, but it was a little fish, big sea here, I don't think she would have had the personalized attention or opportunity to put the Alzheimers thing...

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Sharon Towers

5100 Sharon Rd, Charlotte, NC 28210

My father was in the healthcare side; they have a very good staff and the facilities are nice, it's just not set up for someone who's trying to leave. Their lobbies and common areas are located where the elevators are so if someone presses the wrong ...

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes

The Lodge at Brian Center

5939 Reddmann Rd, Charlotte, NC 28213

This community was just not the right place for my loved one and they just did not offer enough for my loved one. This felt more like a nursing home and my father wanted socialization.

Provides: Independent Living

Brian Center Retirement Apartments

5945 Reddman Rd, Charlotte, NC 28212

Needs to be re-painted and updated to be more inviting. The management appeared to be very knowledgable about the business and that was impressive.

Provides: Independent Living

Making the transition to retirement apartment living is easy at Brian Center Retirement Apartments. Our helpful staff is here to assist you with all the details of your move. Whether it's sorting through financial details or carrying boxes into your new apartment; you can count on us to help you...


The Cypress At Charlotte

3442 Cypress Club Dr, Charlotte, NC 28210

They have a really expensive upfront fee, I think its 10000 upfront. Of course it's just beautiful, but they didn't have any private rooms available. You could go in semi-private and be on a waitlist and they're just really geared for their residents...

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes
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Southminster Retirement Comm

8919 Park Rd, Charlotte, NC 28210

Our family had an in person tour and the staff were very friendly and it is a nice community but to expensive.

Provides: Independent Living

Epic Health Services

8520 Cliff Cameron Drive Suite 190, Charlotte, NC 28269

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care

Matthews Glen

733 Plantation Estates Dr, Matthews, NC 28105

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Nursing Homes

Brightmore of South Charlotte

10225 Ardrey Kell Road, Charlotte, NC 28277

Provides: Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care
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Costs of independent living in the Charlotte area

Independent living communities in Charlotte cost an average of $3,367 per month, according to our proprietary data.[01] This takes into account any additional fees and the cost of potential add-on services and fees, such as the following:

  • One-time community entrance fee
  • Monthly pet fees
  • Monthly parking fees
  • HOA fees in some communities

Some communities include certain costs in the standard monthly rent, such as utilities, cable, and Wi-Fi. Independent living communities also may offer options that are a la carte, meaning they can be added to your monthly rent individually for extra costs. The following services may be included in these costs:

  • Housekeeping
  • Salon services
  • Personal laundry
  • Transportation services

When touring independent living communities, you’ll want to ask what’s included in the baseline rent to avoid paying for any additional amenities or services you don’t want. The baseline rent, or starting costs, tends to look a little different from the one we provide above. You can take a look at what the starting costs of independent living in Charlotte look like below, particularly as they compare to other nearby locales.

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How people pay for independent living in Charlotte, NC

Many residents of independent living in Charlotte often use private funds to pay for community costs. Since these communities typically don’t provide the level of care provided in an assisted living or memory care facility, the services and living costs typically aren’t covered by Medicare, Medicaid, and long-term care insurance.

However, if a person residing in an independent living community experiences a medical need for in-home care services, those may be covered by Medicaid and Medicare. There are also public assistance and veterans benefits that some seniors may qualify for. We detail each of those private and public funding options below.

Private pay methods in Charlotte

Many seniors use personal funds from savings or retirement income to pay for an independent living community in Charlotte. This can also look like any additional proceeds you can collect from the following sources:

Understand North Carolina laws and regulations for independent living communities  

Stand-alone independent living communities in Charlotte aren’t regulated by the state and often aren’t licensed to provide medical care or other supportive services. For the most part, North Carolina considers independent living communities the same as senior apartments. This means independent senior living communities must comply with Charlotte’s minimum housing code, which is enforced by code inspectors who observe and report any of the following violations:

  • Loose flooring
  • Broken windows
  • Unsafe ceiling or roof
  • Leaking roof or plumbing fixtures
  • Hazardous wiring
  • Damaged structural supports
  • Stained or water-damaged interior walls

Residents at an independent senior living community can expect a landlord-tenant type of relationship. This means that property owners and tenants are expected to meet certain responsibilities outlined in the North Carolina Legal Aid brochure on Landlord-Tenant laws. We detail some expectations for both parties below, as well as anti-discrimination housing laws.

Responsibilities of landlords

Owners of rental properties are required to keep the building and units in safe and suitable conditions for residents. By law, landlords in North Carolina must do the following:

  • Keep plumbing, heating, and electric equipment in safe working order
  • Provide smoke alarms
  • Make all necessary repairs
  • Fix all broken-down appliances, if provided by the landlord
  • Inform residents if they sell the property
  • Keep all common areas, such as hallways and stairways, clear and in a safe condition

Tenant responsibilities

Tenants must also own their fair share of responsibilities when renting a property in North Carolina. The state law requires tenants to do the following:

  • Properly dispose of trash
  • Avoid unnecessary damages caused by tenants or guests
  • Provide proper notice of your intention to move at the end of a lease
  • Keep the unit clean
  • Pay rent on time

Fair housing

In North Carolina, all rental properties have to follow federal and state antidiscrimination housing laws. The Fair Housing Act, in particular, prohibits landlords from denying a tenant to lease a property from them because of the characteristics below:

Reasonable accommodations and modifications for people with disabilities

Under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), landlords are required to make reasonable accommodations and modifications to a property if it gives disabled individuals equal access to the spaces. Accommodation can look like any changes or exemptions to certain policies, while modifications are constructional adjustments to the building. Both accommodations and modifications help people with disabilities enjoy their units or common areas to the fullest.

Landlords must also let tenants make reasonable modifications to their personal living spaces. Some examples of these modifications are listed below:

  • Installing grab bars
  • Widening doorways
  • Lowering light switches
  • Installing ramps at building entrances

If you have concerns about a community not complying with the city’s minimum housing code, you can report violations on the Charlotte Housing and Neighborhoods Services page or dial 3-1-1 to request an inspection.

Charlotte Housing and Neighborhood Services

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600 E. Trade St.
Charlotte, NC 28202
Phone: 704-336-3380

Legal Aid of North Carolina

Legal help for seniors

Phone: 877-579-7562

COVID-19 regulations for Charlotte independent living communities

As of February 2023, North Carolina doesn’t have any COVID-19 regulations or mandates in place for independent living communities. However, COVID-19 and its variants continue to be a threat to high-risk populations like seniors. You can check directly with prospective independent living communities about any precautions they may have in place to keep residents and staff safe.

COVID-19 resources for Charlotte veterans

NC Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) resources

DHHS COVID-19 dashboard

COVID-19 vaccination locator

Find a COVID-19 testing site near you

For the latest local guidance and updates, you can check the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) COVID-19 recommendations. Here’s a brief rundown of what the DHHS is currently recommending:

Staff safety. Employers should follow the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s isolation and quarantine protocols for employees who test positive for or were exposed to someone with COVID-19.

Social distancing. DHSS continues to recommend staying 6 feet apart in all public settings.

Masking. Masks are encouraged in indoor public spaces, especially if you’re unvaccinated or in a setting with high-risk populations.

Vaccinations. The DHSS recommends North Carolinians stay up to date on COVID-19 vaccines and boosters.

Get to know independent living in Charlotte


Number of in-network assisted living facilities in market

3.8/5.0 average in-network rating
66% of partnered communities have an on-site salon
55% of in-network communities have a fitness center
77% of our partner communities offer complimentary transportation


Number of people we have referred in market


Average age of residents we’ve referred to in-market communities
Gender split: 64% female; 30% male

Types of independent living in Charlotte, NC

Independent living communities in Charlotte deliver the royal treatment to active seniors looking to retire in the Queen City. These communities range from stand-alone independent living communities to ones that also offer assisted living and memory care services. Whether you prefer proximity to nature or Charlotte’s popular attractions, these independent living communities have something to offer all.

Woodland wonders

Settle into the countryside for a more rustic approach to senior independent living in Charlotte. These craftsman-style communities can be found within Charlotte’s quieter suburban settings. Most have a rustic, homelike ambiance with cozy furnishings and common areas with inviting fireplaces.

These communities offer nearly unlimited access to the area’s beautiful surroundings with waterfront views, plentiful golf courses, and scenic parks nearby. Whether you prefer to spend your days tending to the raised garden beds or dropping into cooking demonstrations, these scenic retreats offer ample opportunities to pursue your passions and interests.

Additionally, most of these communities offer add-on options that may include the following:

  • Daily chef-prepared meals
  • Fitness programs
  • Coordinated activities
  • Personal laundry and linen
  • Transportation arrangements
  • Weekly housekeeping

Boutique independent living

Experience Charlotte independent senior living at its finest in these chic, sophisticated communities. These homes offer regal senior living with palatial living spaces equipped with full-sized kitchens, marble countertops, and walk-in showers.

While many of these independent living communities boast close access to Charlotte’s shopping, restaurants, and lively cultural scene, you may find you have everything you need at home, with so many lavish amenities available on-site. Many offer complimentary concierge services, as well as all-inclusive options like housekeeping, personal training, and dry-cleaning services.

Enjoy the best of resort-style living with posh indoor and outdoor common spaces that often include these amenities:

  • Movie theaters
  • Outdoor patios
  • Grilling stations
  • Bistros
  • Bocce courts
  • Yoga studios

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Unfamiliar with Charlotte? Highlights for seniors


Number of seniors over the age of 65 currently living in Charlotte, North Carolina

Percentage of Charlotte seniors 65 and older without a disability


Average annual income for Charlotte seniors 65 and older

Health care for seniors in Charlotte

Charlotte has access to some of the top health systems and medical facilities in the region. Get to know some of the area’s best health care providers below.

Novant Health First Charlotte Physicians Epicentre

Novant Health First Charlotte Physicians Epicentre provides primary care services to adults from the heart of Uptown Charlotte. It provides preventative care services from a team of internal medicine specialists, as well as treatment for illness and injuries. Additionally, Novant Health First Charlotte offers on-site services that include cardiac stress tests, audiograms for hearing loss detection, and an allergy injection clinic.

Atrium Health Cabarrus

Atrium Health Cabarrus is located just outside of Charlotte in Concord, North Carolina. This nonprofit hospital offers comprehensive cancer and cardiac care, round-the-clock emergency medical treatments, as well as general and specialized surgical procedures. Its Levine Cancer Institute-Concord provides acclaimed cancer treatment from chemotherapy to radiation, and it has several supportive services available for patients and families.

CaroMont Regional Medical Center

CaroMount Health is an acute care hospital that sits about 30 minutes outside of Charlotte in Gastonia, North Carolina. It’s part of the CaroMont Health regional health system and is nationally acknowledged for its exceptional cardiac care, specialized orthopedic care, and Cancer Center. Specially trained traumatologists are available around the clock to provide a range of services to patients with critical injuries.

Transportation for seniors in Charlotte

While 77% of our partnered independent communities have complimentary transportation, it’s crucial to have other reliable transportation available when maintaining one’s independence. Charlotte Area Transit System (CATS) is the city’s main form of public transportation and operates numerous bus and rail lines throughout the metro, as well as paratransit services for disabled individuals who can’t access its fixed routes.

The Mecklenburg Transportation System (MTS) may also be able to help seniors access nonemergency transportation services in Charlotte. Read on to learn more about some of these transportation services and who may be eligible:

  • Medicaid transportation. With this service, seniors eligible for Medicaid may be available to receive transportation to and from medical appointments.
  • Elderly general purpose. This service is available to seniors age 60+ who don’t live in an assisted living facility or nursing home.
  • Veterans services transportation. This service is for qualified veterans who need assistance getting to and from medical clinics in Charlotte and VA hospitals in North Carolina.
  • Urbanized area general purpose. Seniors age 60 and older living within Charlotte can receive nonemergency transportation to locations such as beauty salons, grocery stores, and recreational centers.

Many Charlotte residents often rely on cars to run errands or get around town. Below, we provide Charlotte’s rankings for the city’s proximity to amenities within a five-minute walk, its access to nearby transportation, and its bike infrastructure.


Walk Score


Transit Score


Bike Score

Senior activities in Charlotte

Sure, pleasant weather and sensible cost of living are some of the commonly known appealing qualities that draw people to Charlotte. But what else does the Queen City have to offer seniors considering independent living in Charlotte, North Carolina?

Charlotte offers the royal tree-tment

Charlotte’s enticing, tree-dense geography provides a wealth of outdoor destinations that include more than 200 parks and nature preserves. The city has over 45% tree canopy coverage, as well as ample parks, trails, and stunning foliage.[18] You’ll also find botanic bliss at one of the city’s majestic gardens:

Charlotte is a dining dynasty

Charlotte’s rapidly growing restaurant scene offers a range of culinary selections to satisfy every craving. Barbecue is king in the Queen City, and there are plenty of spots to get your fix of masterfully smoked Carolina ‘cue. From South American fare to Southern brunch specialties, Charlotte has a zest for serving up delectable dishes.

Charlotte has imperial shopping

Shopping is a cherished pastime in Charlotte, and you’ll find plenty of options for every budget and style at the local malls and outlet spots. For unique treasure hunters, the ample local shops and boutiques are treasure troves for one-of-a-kind finds. Meanwhile, Charlotte’s open-air shopping districts provide a divine retail experience at these popular locations:

Charlotte is a sports empire

From community watch parties to local taverns and cigar bars, there’s ample opportunity to partake in Charlotte’s sports culture. This city is very much a sports dominion with several professional teams, including the Carolina Panthers and Charlotte Hornets. It’s also the site of the NASCAR Hall of Fame. Additionally, Charlotte hosts college football’s annual ACC Championship Game and New Year’s Eve Belk Bowl, as well as the PGA Wells Fargo Championship for golf.

Charlotte has a reigning arts and culture scene

Arts and culture are central in Charlotte, and the city itself is a masterpiece of creative expression. You’ll find plenty of opportunities to immerse yourself in the cultural scene from the public art and murals throughout the city to these popular artistic attractions:

Frequently asked questions

Holiday Pinecrest, Trinity Oaks, a CCRC and Chandler Place Independent Living are the top-rated Independent Living facilities near Charlotte, NC. These Independent Living facilities received the highest rankings based on verified family reviews. See full list of communities.

The average cost of Independent Living in Charlotte is 3,005 per month. This cost may vary based on location, amenities, floorplan, level of care and other factors.

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  15. Mecklenburg County, NC. Department of Social Services. Mecklenburg transportation system (MTS).

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  17. City of Charlotte. (2019, February 04). Tree canopy assessment.

  18. North Carolina Medicaid Division of Health Benefits. Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE).

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