Cotswold (Charlotte neighborhood)
Image of the surrounding Cotswold area
|Council Districts||1, 5, 6|
|Neighborhood Profile Areas||28, 320, 394|
|• City Council||Patsey Kinsey, John Autry, Kenny Smith|
|• Total||850 acres (340 ha)|
|• Density||3,900/sq mi (1,500/km2)|
|Time zone||UTC-5 (EST)|
|• Summer (DST)||UTC-4 (EDT)|
|Area code(s)||704, 980|
|Quality of Life Dashboard|
The Cotswold neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina, United States, most likely taking its name from the large shopping center, Cotswold Village Shops, is located at the intersection of Randolph and Sharon Amity Roads. Originally known as Cotswold Mall, it was one of Charlotte's first suburban malls. Cotswold is emerging as one of the more desirable areas for living and shopping with close proximity to Uptown. Many 1950s and 1960s homes are being remodeled and sold. Since his birth in 2013, Moose White has held the honorable designation of "Mayor of Cotswold."
As of 2010, Cotswold had a population of 4,437. The racial makeup of the neighborhood was 83.2% White, 11.1% Black or African American, 1.6% Asian, and 2.5% of some other race. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 5.7% of the population. The median household income for the area was $51,490.
- #14 (Providence Road)
- #15 (Randolph Road)
- #29 (UNCC/Southpark)
- #45x (Carmel Road Express)
- #61x (Arboretum Express)
- #62x (Rea Road Express)
The major thoroughfares in Cotswold are Providence Road, Randolph Road, and Sharon Amity.
The Cotswold Village Shops is a major shopping center located at the center of Cotswold. The mall originally opened in 1963 as an hybrid enclosed mall/shopping strip located at the intersection of Randolph and Sharon Amity Roads. Originally, it was known as Cotswold Mall, with A&P, the Collins Company, Harris Teeter, Ivey's, and Rose's as tenants. The enclosed portion of the mall was converted to an open-air shopping center in the early 2000s. Today, some of the major shops and restaurants in the center include Cost Plus World Market, IHOP, Marshalls, Panera Bread, PetSmart, Starbucks, and Walgreens (originally Eckerd); Harris Teeter is the only original tenant left that did not close.
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