Nestled between South Kings Drive, Queens Road and East 4th Street, the Cherry neighborhood name was inspired by the cherry trees that grew on the hillsides of the hollow in the early 1900's. One resident of Charlotte remembered that they were "not wild cherries.... Real cherries. They made the best pies." Cherry is now an uncommon community with a mix of renovated historic homes, public housing and new construction. This is one of Charlotte's oldest African-American communities that is poised for transformation in an area of town with fabulous proximity to Uptown and all the historic Charlotte has to offer.

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Updated: 28th February, 2020 5:00 AM.

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