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Beatties Ford Road
Beatties Ford Road is a major transportation corridor from uptown Charlotte through the heart of the Historic West End neighborhood.  The Historic West End was developed in the early 1900s as one of the city's first suburban neighborhoods and was accessible by trolley from the uptown business core.  The Beatties Ford corridor is home to, among others, Johnson C. Smith University and the Northwest School of the Arts, several prominent and historic churches, a Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library branch, and the recently completed CMPD Metro Division headquarters.  Many great business and infill development opportunities exist in the corridor. 
Development Opportunities
To learn about demographics, available space, development opportunities, and what makes doing business in the Beatties Ford Road corridor great, contact Peter Zeiler, Development and Investment Manager, at 704-432-2989; pzeiler@charlottenc.gov.

Business Corridor Revitalization Tools & Incentives, including assistance with commercial facade renovations, are available in the Beatties Ford corridor.  Learn more about available programs here.

Reports & Studies
2010 Business Corridor Benchmarking Analysis
The 2010 Business Corridor Benchmarking Analysis, a component of the 2012 Neighborhood Quality of Life Study, provides a foundation to assess the physical conditions and assets of the priority and other business corridors, sometimes encompassing the entire corridor, and other times encompassing only segments of the corridor where conditions varied within the corridor itself.
- Beatties Ford (North)
- Beatties Ford (South)

Other Reports & Studies
- Business Corridor Revitalization Strategic Plan
- 2012 Neighborhood Quality of Life Study
- 2010 W Trade/Beatties Ford ULI Report

Projects & Plans

- West End Land Use & Pedscape Plan
- Streetscape along Beatties Ford from LaSalle St. to I-85 is currently in the planning stages.  The project will include, among other things,  median and pedestrian refuges, stamped crosswalks, and landscaping

Beatties Ford (North)
Beatties Ford (North)



Beatties Ford (South)
Beatties Ford (South)