Map of the Charlotte Hoods
A map that showcases most of the Charlotte hoods, from West Charlotte to North Charlotte to the East Side, as well showcasing some of the Charlotte gangs areas. Overall, this map somewhat gives a look into the real streets of the Queen City from the old housing projects and hoods that have been torn down to brief descriptions and history about certain areas.
Charlotte Hoods Key: Blue = West Side | Green = North Side | Gold = East Side | Red = Demolish
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The West Side of the map breaks down Charlotte hoods and urban areas like West Blvd., Clanton Park, Tuckaseegee, Wilmore, Beatties Ford, and a few other sections, leaving this to be one of Charlotte’s largest and most known sections in the city.
The East Side is one of the smallest regions of Charlotte, a section of the city that is home to neighborhoods like the historic Grier Town, Milton Road, Idlewild, and few other hoods. The East Side is also mostly known for a large influx of apartment complexes.
The multiple sections of Charlotte’s North Side have always been considered to be some of the most reputable hoods and Charlotte gangs areas in the city. Neighborhoods like Seigle Avenue, Hidden Valley, Druid Hills, Genesis Park and Greenville, Dillehay Courts, and Cedar Greene, and a few others account for the majority of the North Side.
While there are numerous areas still in existence, the above map also showcases some of the old and former Charlotte hoods, like Brooklyn, Piedmont Courts, Earle Village, Cherry, Dalton Village, Boulevard Homes, Tryon Hills, Fairview Homes, and Double Oaks.