Provincetowne is an affluent neighborhood of Charlotte, North Carolina. It is located in southeastern Charlotte and its borders include Ballantyne Commons, Bryant Farms Road and North Community House Road. Residents in Provincetowne experience a rural, small town feel with access to the hustle and bustle of Charlotte’s uptown district.
Provincetowne is mostly residential. It is one of the fastest growing communities in Charlotte, with 61% growth since 2000. The property and housing prices offered here are much higher than most of the Charlotte neighborhoods. The suburban neighborhood is mostly young couples with children and professionals working in finance, medical or high-tech.
The hub of business, financial and city government, nearby uptown Charlotte is also a tourist destination with historic sites, cultural events, restaurants, and shopping.
Provincetown is within driving distance to 20 of Charlotte’s 62 fishing lakes and reservoirs. The lakes attract outdoor enthusiasts who want family-friendly activities such as fishing, boating and water sports. Picnicking, hiking and camping are other activities to lure residents and tourists.
The neighborhood is close to the historic town of Pineville and the North Carolina-South Carolina border. Tourists and locals can visit the state historic site at Pineville, birthplace of 11th President James K. Polk that includes renovated buildings from the 19th century homestead. Nearby Downtown Pineville is a pedestrian -friendly town with restaurants and shopping.
Provincetown is close to the 1.3 million square foot Carolina Place Mall. The mall has retail stores, restaurants and a play area for children. The Carolinas Medical Center-Pineville is also close to the neighborhood. It serves southeast Charlotte and is under expansion. The hospital is known for its Level III Trauma Center.