Take: Charlotteans want to trade for location and a smaller mortgage/rent. Tiny spaces are hot right now. There’s a huge opportunity for developers to do more micro-apartments and tiny homes. We’re ready.
Take: Our city lacks a lighting rod columnist, so culturally relevant stories like this always race over the internet. This list was our PG-13 version. An R-rated version would have gone insanely viral, but my mom would have been upset.
Take: Biggest new opening of 2017. I know it’s odd (sad?) but Charlotte Topgolf was probably the biggest story in our city in 2017. The facility lived up to the hype, which has kept the buzz going.
Take: Nice to see Charlotteans falling in love — on the cheap.
Take: Useful data can go viral.
Take: No surprise that people love eating tasty, inexpensive dishes.
Take: Even as burgers improve in Charlotte, there is still room for more premium burger restaurants.
#8: The 10 inexpensive restaurant institutions that every Charlotte newbie needs to visit at least once
Take: With so many new people moving to our city, newcomer’s are hungry for information targeted directly at them.
Take: With so many new restaurants popping up, people want to know where they fit amongst the Charlotte restaurant establishment.
#10: Trust me, go order the $3.50 burger from this seat-less restaurant in NoDa. And get it “All the way”
Take: It’s just that good.
Top 5 Agenda Videos
Katie led our video effort this year and while we don’t produce a high volume of video (maybe one or two a week), they’re widely viewed.
In 2017, we did a few million video views.