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Old 04-11-2007, 11:23 AM
 
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Hi All~ Still searching for my relocation destination and came across a condo in South Park Corners. Can you all give me some feedback on the location, builder, etc. I'm also considering Riviera by Shea Homes. The commute is a little longer to town, but I like the layout as well. Thanks Everyone!!!
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Old 04-11-2007, 01:41 PM
 
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Riveria is nice but Southpark Corners is a much more upscale complex. Riveria is out 521 near the South Carolina line and Southpark Corners is in South Park which is one of the most desirable areas in Charlotte. Your resale will remain higher and it's a better location. If you need help with your selection send me a pm.
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Old 04-11-2007, 03:12 PM
 
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agree 100% with charlotte broker! cannot go wrong with that location and resale/appreciation in south park. there are tons of new condos going up all over, not sure if you have checked out the plaza-midwood area but I showed 3 over there today. several different floor plans and price range at plaza-vu. some new construction in noda too. most of these places have websites that you could check out. hope that helps a little, good luck!
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Old 04-28-2007, 08:14 AM
 
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Default Riviera vs. South Park

Riviera is temporarily closed as all units built to date are under contract --Shea plans to build another section to open later this year (seems optimistic given current appearance of land!), at higher prices than the completed units.

Riviera and South Park are both convenient and excellent locations, but in different ways. South Park is closer to uptown, upscale shopping (Nieman-Marcus, Nordstrom, etc.), perhaps more conjestion on roads and in parking lots. Riviera is close to Ballantyne, Carolina Place Mall (Belk, Dillards, Sears, Penneys, Macys, etc), several Target stores, etc. Public transportation is not available within walking distance of Riviera (I do not know about South Park). Both are within Charlotte city limits.

Riviera units are all corner units, with garages, no neighbor under or over your unit.

Both South Park and Riviera are popular, good choices -- good luck!
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