Oakwood at Summit Ballantyne

Address: 13901 Summit Commons Blvd., Charlotte, North Carolina, 28277, United States | Condo
 
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Location

This condo, located in the Ballantyne East area of Charlotte, is near Golf Club at Ballantyne, James K. Polk Memorial, Zuma Fun Center, and Regent Park Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Charlotte

Layover the moon

A travel blog entry by phdjourney on Jul 01, 2015

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I'm sitting in the Charlotte airport on my 8 hour layover, drinking a cold beer and reflecting on the last 10 years. This trip is far and beyond anything I've ever done before, and it is really exciting. Especially since I still don't have half of it planned yet!

I'm going to keep my eyes, mind, and heart open and have a great time!
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More from Day 1 of CCL Conference

A travel blog entry by mrandonian on Jun 24, 2015

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... will be passionate about one of them. Be appreciative (of their time, attention, participation, etc.) Ask questions (vs making statements) to identify and dispel their misconceptions. (E.g. Conservative: we don't need any more taxes. CCL: CFAD is not a tax- the gov't doesn't get to keep it.) Ask for their feedback. This has been Linda Charles' proposed strategy all along-- to invite a variety of community members to act ...

Day one cont'd-CCL Conference

A travel blog entry by mrandonian on Jun 24, 2015

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... tax (http://www.nytimes.com/2015/06/07/opin ion/the-case-for-a-carbon-tax.html) it takes you to CCL's website! Every staffer I met with had taken the time to learn about CFAD in preparation for our meetings. CCL is gaining critical mass thanks to the dedicated efforts of individual CCLers like you who spread the word among friends and neighbors in the local community. You should be ...

Charlotte

A travel blog entry by domenoe on Jun 09, 2015

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... were parking spaces designated for them in the parking garage. If you have a to-go order you could pull in to pick up your food and not have to pay the parking fee.

We made our way to the main entrance and paid for our tickets. Mine, at $17.95 was two dollars less than Cheryl’s. One of the only good things about getting old. But man, did they have to print the words 'SENIOR CITIZEN’ in such big letters on the ticket?!?
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Here we go!

A travel blog entry by kerryburd on Oct 01, 2014

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... last night and it feels like I've spent the last 14 hours getting caught up on client assignments. There comes a point where I have to take a big deep breath and realize that no more can be done and my trip starts now. The time IS now. Next stop... Charlotte Douglas International ...

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