Long before it was Plaza Midwood, “Chatham Estates” was one of Charlotte’s first suburbs — a “streetcar suburb” — in the 1920s, with the trolley line running along Central Avenue, The Plaza and Mecklenburg Avenue to the Country Club. In the years since, Plaza Midwood has gone through numerous iterations but it has always remained one of the most charming, diverse and architecturally inspiring neighborhoods in the city. into Commonwealth-Morningside, Belmont and beyond.
Plaza Midwood also has roughly 14 percent of its neighborhood in the Historic District. Whether you just need some small refreshing or a complete renovation to your Plaza Midwood home, Arbor has the experience and the attention to detail to help you.
New entries and exterior work are commonly needed on the older homes of Plaza Midwood, here see a new side entry.
Of course, much of the work typically happens in the kitchens and bathrooms as seen below.