Myers Park is one of the premier neighborhoods in North America. Tom Hanchett, historian at the Museum of the New South has called Myers Park Charlotte's finest planned suburb. George Stephens developed the neighborhood on property originally owned by his father-in-law John Spring Myers.  John Nolen, who later became a well know landscape architect designed the site on which the neighborhood is located starting in 1905.  2005 marked the 100th anniversary of Nolen's coming to work in Charlotte which resulted in his planning our neighborhood. 

In these pages, we have endeavored to show the history as well as the current development of the area.  Myers Park retains much of its original flavor and we believe it is a neighborhood worth protecting to the standard set by its founders when it was developed.  

The Myers Park Homeowners Association Board of Directors welcomes you and invites you to make comments or suggestions that will help us serve you better.


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Although it is not engaged in the sale, rental, lease, management, marketing, or brokering of real estate or housing of any kind, the Myers Park Homeowners Association recognizes, supports, and adheres to all Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity laws.  Please note:  The Myers Park Homeowners Association and its Board of Trustees are not real property owners, landlords, real estate agents, or property managers.  Should you have any questions, please contact the Association at the numbers listed on this site.

MPHA • BOX 12733 • CHARLOTTE, NC • 28220