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2012
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Waxhaw, in Union County, has transformed itself from a town on the brink of extinction into a place of antique shops and historic attractions, including Andrew Jackson's controversial birthplace.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 61 Issue 11, Apr 1994, p10, 12, il
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23572
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From small town charm to contested history, Waxhaw has much to offer for those who desire to escape the bustling city life of Charlotte. With the rising population, the town faces challenges. Residents resist change but, but must find a way to provide for the newcomers.
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22669
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Charlotte, North Carolina is a sprawling city with a growing real estate market. One benefit of this is suburbs where lower land prices, lower taxes, lower home prices, and improved infrastructure are moving people outside the city. Fort Mill, Concord, Indian Trail, Huntersville, Mount Holly, Marvin, Waxhaw, and Rock Hill offer various distances from the big city and special perks.
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Charlotte Magazine (NoCar F 264.C4), Vol. 17 Issue 4, April 2012, p52-60, il, por, map Periodical Website
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36288
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A profile of Waxhaw revealed the town, potentially dwarfed by a nearby metropolis, has ways to be noticed. The town incorporated in 1889 and once known as an antique mecca was experiencing growth in areas such as transportation, dining, housing, and the arts.
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38210
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Waxhaw’s reputation as a dining destination and keeper of its historic roots leaves many hungry in more ways than one. Helping to solidify this positive reputation and increasing its population 124% between 2000-2010 are eateries like Emmet’s Social Table, which retained their buildings’ 19th century architectural structure.