Editor’s note: Rent prices and availability are effective as of Jan. 4.
Living in Charlotte isn’t getting cheaper, so we scouted four apartment complexes with lower than average rent.
State of play: Average rent in Charlotte is $1,522 a month, according to the latest data from RENTCafé, which takes into account a number of factors, including location and unit size. And many neighborhoods’ average rent is well above the city-wide average.
- The cost to rent at these four apartment communities is below their respective neighborhood averages.
- Neighborhood rent averages are sourced from RENTCafé.
Average Uptown rent: $2,039
Presley has units available right now starting at $1,182. Here’s what’s available now and what it costs:
- Studio: $1,182+
- 1 bed: $1,602+
- 2 bed: $1,897+
Highlights: Walkable to Uptown and midtown (Hello, Target), skyline views, dog park, rooftop lounge, gym.
Address: 900 E. Stonewall St.
Average neighborhood rent: $2,006
Hub has units available right now starting at $1,430. Here’s what’s available now and how much it costs to rent each month:
- Studio: $1,430+
- 1 bed: $1,780+
Highlights: Walkable to South End hot spots like Atherton, rooftop pool, two-story townhouses available.
Address: 2250 Hawkins St.
Average neighborhood rent: $1,895
Lincoln has units available right now starting at $1,387. Here’s what’s available now and how much it costs to rent each month:
- Studio: $1,387+
- 1 bed: $1,478+
- 2 bed: $1,951+
Highlights: Large pool, two-story gym with yoga and spin studios, dog wash, game room.
Address: 905 Kenilworth Ave.
Average neighborhood rent: $1,480
Pine25 has units available right now starting at $1,225. Here’s what’s available now and how much it costs to rent each month:
- 1 bed: $1,225
Highlights: Quick drive to Camp North End, built in 2021, pool with lounge.
Of note: Fourteen townhouses are almost complete and will be ready for lease in February. The townhouses have three beds two and a half baths.
- Rent is $2,500 a month for townhouses.
Address: 340 W. 25th St.