Ally Charlotte Center offers great access to the heart of Uptown and is well-positioned for quick and effortless connection to all of the city's unique neighborhoods. Adjacent to the building, our parking deck provides a convenient entrance to the main lobby, plaza, shops, restaurants, and luxury hotel.
Home to one of the largest electric power companies, the Duke Energy building illuminates the sky each night with different colors to raise awareness for community events.
Walk to the deli for a quick bite during lunch, or swing by on your way home from work for a quick grocery run.
A cultural institution featuring hundreds of collections of art and design from around the globe.
Dedicated to sharing more than 1,400 works from the Bechtler collection of mid-20th-century modern art.
Honoring all-time great drivers, crew chiefs, owners, broadcasters, and other major contributors to NASCAR motorsports.
Home of the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League.
An expansive green space with frequent cultural events in the heart of the city.
A fast-growing yet historic neighborhood just south of Uptown with a lively collection of restaurants, breweries, and shops.
Within walking distance of NOVEL Stonewall Station, a Crescent Communities development, the LYNX Blue Line features 19 miles of light rail service and 26 stops.
Adjacency to I-277, Charlotte's inner beltline, provides easy access from Ally Charlotte Center to all that uptown Charlotte has to offer.
Just across the street from Ally Charlotte Center, the Gantt Center presents, preserves and celebrates excellence in the art, history and culture of African-Americans.
Developed by Lincoln Harris, the 33-story Legacy Union office tower sits between Ally Charlotte Center and the Carolina Panthers stadium.
Just two blocks away, the Charlotte Convention Center offers 550,000 sf of premier meeting and convention space.
In the neighborhood
Ally Charlotte Center offers one of the most convenient addresses in the area. Access main interstate arteries, head to the airport, or move through Uptown with one simple turn.
Walk, Bike or Ride
You’re steps away from Charlotte’s wide variety of dining, shopping, and fitness locations, as well as an entire network of tree-lined walking paths and the public transit system.
The Stonewall Street corridor is undergoing a massive transformation into a tree-lined boulevard with an energetic mix of office, retail, residential, and hotel accommodations. Ten unique projects are planned or under construction, bringing new offices, nearly 400,000 SF of retail space, including a new Whole Foods Market, 850 hotel rooms, and over 2,600 residential units to the area.
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