About Ballantyne:

Ballantyne sits on what used to be the Morrison hunting preserve. The 2,000-acre development is practically a town unto itself. Within its borders are a 535-acre corporate park, which includes office buildings, a resort hotel, an 18-hole, daily-fee golf course and the Dana Rader School of Golf.

How to get to Ballantyne:

The Ballantyne area refers to the South Charlotte area outside of the 485-loop between Rea Rd. to the east and Pineville to the west. From Uptown you can take I-77 South to the 485 Outer Loop and take the Johnston Road (521) exit South to hit the heart of the Ballantyne Area.

Living in Ballantyne:

Housing prices in Ballantyne, which is part of Charlotte's Area 5 real estate location, range from $150,000 to well over $1 million with many communities priced between $300,000 - $500,000.

Notable subdivisions within Ballantyne include: Allyson Park, Amberleigh, Ballantyne Country Club, Ballantyne Meadows, Bridgehampton, Carlyle, Edinburgh, Highgrove, Kenilworth, Kingsley, Kingston Forest, Lansford, Mitchell Glen, Kensington at Ballantyne, Providence Pointe, Providence West, Southhampton Commons, Stonebriar, Thornhill, Vineyard, Weston Glen and Wynridge Estates.

Dining in Ballantyne:

Ballantyne is quickly becoming host to some of the finest dining experiences in Charlotte:

Shopping in Ballantyne:

Shopping and Ballantyne go hand in hand:

  • Ballantyne Village
    Ballanytne Village is host to a variety of shops and restaurants including Blue Taj Indian Cuisine.
    14815 Ballantyne Village Way #170,
    Charlotte, NC 28277

Visiting Ballantyne

The Ballantyne Hotel and Spa is a nice retreat for an in-town escape and there are plenty of nice accommodations for visiting friends and family or business associates.

  • Ballantyne Hotel and Lodge
    10000 Ballantyne Commons Pkwy.
    Charlotte, NC 28277


  • Courtyard Charlotte Ballantyne
    15660 John J. Delaney Drive
    Charlotte, NC 28277

Courtesy of

Jo Ann Doyle
Jo Ann Doyle
4069 Henshaw Rd Waxhaw NC 28173