If you're looking for a coliving space in the eastern United States then Charlotte might be the place for you. The largest city in the state of North Carolina and the home of the Carolina Panthers, this is a great city for nightlife and weekly excursions. The city itself has close to one million residents and borders South Carolina. This is a great place for digital nomads who love remote working as there is simply so much to offer. Because of the size of the city, there is an abundance of restaurants, cafes and of course nightlife. There is something for just about everyone here whether you're a quiet person or the life of the party.
In your free time, you will get the chance to see plenty of world-class museums and attend some of the live shows too, with multiple places to see the performing arts and live symphonies. When sports season comes along there are plenty of venues to attend such as going to see the Carolina Panthers for a football game or maybe going to a Hornets game to get your basketball fix. If neither of these suit you, then maybe try something you've never done before, such as NASCAR. That’s right, NASCAR is huge here in NorthCarolina with plenty of races to see every year.
For a night out on the town, you could find yourself in a cozy restaurant and grab a few drinks at the local pub or maybe you want to take the route of a five-star restaurant and hit the nightclubs afterward. Either of those can be found here scattered throughout the city. Living downtown is not exactly cheap so you may want to choose a coliving space on the outskirts of town. If you don’t have a car, don’t worry as Charlotte was listed as one of the most walkable cities in the United States and has its own bus service and tram for public transport. Just outside the city is the international airport as well, which is a hub for American Airlines and can take you just about anywhere your heart desires.
Fun facts about Charlotte:
- The Charlotte Motor Speedway holds three of NASCAR’s biggest annual events: The Coca-Cola 600, the Bank of America 500, and the NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race
- Charlotte was the location of the United States' first gold rush in 1799