Overall great place to live. Slight issues with the apartment specifically due to it being a new building but other than that 👍. Neighborhood is awesome.

A year in and this community just keeps getting better. Retail spaces are opening soon, amenities are great, and love that we are still finding ways to make our unique floor plan layout feel like home.

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I recently moved here from Brooklyn and it has been a huge culture shock. However I am so happy to have chosen Novel NoDa as my new home here in Charlotte. The staff, amenities, community and Neighborhood has been so welcoming to me & my three dogs. The thing that I love the most is how dog friendly it is here & the pet spa!!! So glad to call Novel my new home!

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I've lived here for three months and I'm so glad I chose Novel. The location, the amenities, the staff... all #1. I'm still getting used to the closet layout, but no complaints here. The activities and little extras the staff make happen really make it feel like a little community. They make it easy to get to know your neighbors if you want to.

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Novel NODA is a great community with wonderful amenities! The staff is always available to help and strive to give residents the best customer service.

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It’s very nice. Everyone is helpful in case of any issue. The complex is well kept. I do enjoy the location the most. There are a lot of things to do in the area and not far from downtown.

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NOVEL NoDa is a great community to live in. There are always fun social events going on. All of the neighbors are other people like you who want a warm and friendly environment to live in. It is a chill and welcoming atmosphere to live in. The staff are always happy to help with any kind of issue or concern and genuinely have the residents' best interest at heart.

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Staff is friendly and efficient. Building is new and well maintained. Novel has a lot of great amenities for their residents. You couldn’t ask for a better location than NODA.

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Great community, great location! Love my neighbors and the staff here is EXCELLENT!!! Love the Skyview Lounge, the club room, and all the activities!

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My process of applying with Novel has been great so far. Brandon's been really helpful and the complex has sent me thorough emails on how to get prepared for my move.

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Great experience!! Staff is great and the amenities are fantastic. Looking forward to all of the new businesses opening soon. Highly recommend.

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Great living here. Wonderful staff, fun community events. A couple things I’d work on for quality of life increase would be reclaim the rooftop parking for safe and secure outdoor area for residents to hang that is not next to light rail and not right next to people’s windows like the inner quad, that would also house a bigger dog Park. Tout the view. As an aside I believe you can lock the ground level door in the garage for safety since there is no reason to egress into a stairwell at the ground floor. You may find crime decrease in the garage and via stairwell access.

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I love it here at novel! Everyone is so nice and the staff is so helpful. Visitor parking passes are easy to get which is always nice. Thanks for all you do!

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Great community however they have a small dog park and it’s not maintained properly by residents. People shouldn’t be so lazy about picking up their dog poop.

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I really appreciate all the efforts to have a strong community through the community events, common areas, amenities and digital communication. I would love to have more events on Friday’s or sundays as those are the days I have off and it seems everything is on Saturday or weekday evenings and I work both. I love how involved the leasing office staff is and how easy they are to communicate with.

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The whole process is super easy, everyone involved was super helpful if you needed it. Moving in was super easy, there were no hassles in the whole process

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Always a pleasurable experience here at Novel NoDa! With the activities, amenities, and friendly faces, it almost feels as if we’re living in a exclusive resort and not an apartment complex!

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Novel has been a great place to start in a new city. The convenience of the rail line along with all of the awesome community events that are hosted here have been a great way to start new adventures here in CLT.

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Overall, we have enjoyed living at Novel. The location is perfect as we can literally walk down the street to multiple bars/restaurants or take the light rail uptown. We also really enjoy the events that are thrown a couple times a month. They’re a great way to get out of the apartment without going too far and we have met plenty of neighbors through the events. Plus free beer!

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Great. I had an easy time getting my lease signed and picking out a room. I’m very impressed with the amenities here at the apartment complex.

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Extremely helpful staff, the process to sign is super simple. The apartments are very clean and modern, and the common areas are well maintained and beautiful.

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Great experience so far ,had initial move-in issues but response was quick and prompt. Leasing team is great.Location is the best,have private access to the light rail, and a gorgeous, modern apartment.

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Great Community! Easy fast move in, clean modern look, light rail is right outside your door steps. The apartments are new with open floor plan.

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Great place to live,so convenient to the light rail. The office people are very responsive. Very short walk maybe half a block to the NoDa eateries.

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