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Charlotte VS Jacksonville

Posted 03-24-2022 at 12:02 AM by Jochia13

[quote=Jochia13;63138876]I love the CLT in my opinion, but to someone else coming from another city, in which the person that I was originally replying to, came from Columbus, OH. They may find Charlotte lacking. I know not every city is going to be perfect in terms of people interest.

The reason I mentioned the Epicenter was because I saw several articles from the Charlotte Observer stating that it was going into foreclosure. https://www.charlottemagazine.com/th...the-epicentre/ I also know that the Epicenter is not for entertainment now but it did have clubs, a bowling alley and a dine-in movie theater in the past. Events was being held there at one point too so it was a place for entertainment. Now, It’s like a lifestyle center with only restaurants, shopping and a gym.

Moral of the story, I don't have anything against Charlotte. I have been to Charlotte several times. It does give that mini-ATL feel to me which is why I love Charlotte. In my younger days, I used to love Atlanta but as traffic got worse, I fell in love with the CLT and what the city offers in terms of shopping, dining, and the modern architectural structures in Uptown. I would like to move there one day.
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