I love the place, hallways are a bit dry. Where is the art. Where are the lgbt friendly events. Great place to live tho. Office agents are super cool. Oh another thing the package room could be a bit more organized and more weights in the gym.

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Phone gets no signal in basement. Some dogs are peeing in elevators. Otherwise everything ja going great and am very happy with the apartments.

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Love the convenience of being so close to uptown with the lightrail and all the amenities offered! Highly recommend living at this location!

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Love, love, love my new home. Moved in a week ago and have already participated in Comedy Night. Love the convenience of getting everywhere.

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Very friendly and welcoming community. Apartments are quiet do not hear your neighbors. A lot of great extras. So far everything has been wonderful

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Love the area and building. Little links still being worked out. Probably because it’s a new community. They offer lots of events that are great though.

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Novel NoDa is a delight. Right next to all the action on the Main Strip. I love being able to step out and walk to the cool restaurants and bars. The building is also very luxurious feeling and clean.

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Have loved living here, great amenities and outdoor spaces, and community restraunts and shopping within walking distance. All staff is welcoming and helpful!

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Novel Noda is great! It’s walkable distance from great restaurants and local shops. The amenities are great and even offer a beautiful sky view of our city.

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We really love how close we are to the light rail and all of the entertainment in NoDa! The complex also has lots of events to help you meet new people!

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Love Novel NoDa! The parking situation is getting better and there are constantly fun events to go to. Hoping to be able to go to more soon!

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It has been a great place to love. It is a clean and dog friendly environment where people are kind in the hallways. The events the complex puts on are a great way to meet your neighbors

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My experience so far has been pleasant, the staff has been very helpful when needed . As far as the hallway I would have preferred vinyl over carpet or something more like the hallway next to the office area . Also when the front doors closed from any units you can feel a shake in the unit and it is very loud . A bit more equipment at the gym like a vertical knee raised, dip and pull up machine in one would be a great addition to the gym . I love the uncommon way of living in Novel Noda and the fact that there’s in a cocktail bar and a brewery soon to be open is exceptional. Very pleasant place to live .

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Love my apartment, the amenities, the staff and noda in general! It has been a great experience living here thus far! Super excited for the brewery, shops, etc to open this summer! Only downfall is there is not a lot of free guest parking.

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Great experience! Clean, safe, great place to live! The ammenities are fantastic and the neighborhood is great! Kevin was a great person to deal with to move in

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Huge feeling of an actual community. Neighbors are great, staff is super friendly and feel more like a neighbor than staff. So many dogs, and fun events to go to.

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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.

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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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