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One of Charlotte’s earliest streetcar suburbs, Dilworth is known for its elegant brick colonial homes and charming bungalows. Dilworth is named after Edward Dilworth Latta, who designed the neighborhood to have curving roads that following the natural patterns of the land rather than the grid-like pattern of downtown Charlotte.
East Boulevard is Dilworth’s main thoroughfare, with a variety of locally owned shops and restaurants, many located in historic homes such as 300 East and Copper Modern Cuisine. Paper Skyscraper on East Boulevard is the perfect place to find a unique gift.
Off Park Road, you’ll find Park Square with a mix of shops, restaurants and services in brick buildings, such as Ru San’s sushi, Fiamma Italian, Mood House massage studio and PlantHouse experiential plant store.
Latta Park, also named for Edward Dilworth Latta, is one of Charlotte’s oldest public parks, dating back to 1891, tucked in the middle of the neighborhood. The park includes a pavilion, basketball courts, playground, sprayground and wooded walking trails along the creek.
Located between the Dilworth and Myers Park neighborhoods, the 98-acre Freedom Park includes a lake, walking paths, picnic areas, a playground with a historic train engine, sports fields, and basketball and tennis courts.
From Freedom Park, hop on the Little Sugar Creek Greenway, which will eventually extend 19 miles from the University City area to the South Carolina state line.
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