Huntersville At A Glance
Moving in Huntersville
Being in Huntersville for the first time can be both exhilarating and daunting. There's an enormous amount to take in. Your friends at All My Sons Moving & Storage want to help you transition into our community by preparing you with some things to expect.
It’s hard to complain when you live in Huntersville. Nearby Lake Norman and the favorable North Carolina climate offers an outdoor oasis from any perspective, and a slightly rural, slightly urban community combines the best aspects of two differing lifestyles. Maybe that’s why our Huntersville movers and Charlotte movers love this town so much. All My Sons Moving & Storage has helped thousands of families move to Huntersville, Charlotte, and surrounding areas like Gastonia and Concord. New residents seem as satisfied with their new community as they are with our Huntersville moving company.
For the 42,500 residents of Huntersville, life in a lake community is the epitome of relaxation. Local residents and of course your Huntersville and Charlotte movers flock to the 520 miles of shores for a summer of water skiing, boating, and swimming. Local communities have worked together to preserve and maintain the rural vistas in each town and around Lake Norman, a feat that proves Huntersville’s dedication to natural beauty. In fact, preservation seems to be a running theme for local residents and city officials. Historic sites and remains from the sixteenth century are scattered throughout the town. Rural Hill Farm, the Torrance Store, and many other pieces of history have been preserved and renovated for the benefit of current and future generations of Huntersville residents.
For those who prefer to dwell in the present like the movers of your local Charlotte moving company, Huntersville has much to offer both business-owners and jobseekers in the area. Having succeeded in well-maintained population growth and natural preservation, city officials are now turning their attention to the local business market. Several large employers have already discovered the benefits of doing business in Huntersville including GE Polymerland, Rubbermaid, American Tire Distributors, and Presbyterian Hospital. With goals of drawing more corporations and small businesses like All My Sons Moving & Storage to the area, Huntersville has teamed up with the towns of Cornelius and Davidson and the Lake Norman Chamber of Commerce to create the Lake Norman Regional Economic Development Corporation (LNREDC).
The LNREDC is on a mission to attract new industries and businesses to the Lake Norman area. In preparation, construction of a new industrial park is already underway. The North Mecklenburg Industrial Park will house an array of businesses and corporate headquarters. It joins the 650-acre Huntersville Business Park as the largest commercially-zone development in the Huntersville area.
There’s more to learn about Huntersville, and your professional Huntersville movers and Charlotte movers can answer your questions about your new hometown. On behalf of All My Sons Moving & Storage, welcome home.