About Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association
Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association’s mission is to foster an attitude of neighborhood spirit and involvement on the part of the residents of Plaza Midwood through the development of recreational, social, cultural and educational programs and facilities in the Plaza Midwood area
- Promote a closer association and cooperation among residents, business firms and city government for the general welfare, preservation and continued progress of the Plaza Midwood area and surrounding areas
- Encourage high standards in the construction and upkeep of buildings and property in the Plaza Midwood area and surrounding areas
- Encourage and integrate environmentally and socially aware concepts in the neighborhood and through Association events
- Promote and support the Plaza Midwood Neighborhood and our business community though work with governmental agencies, interested persons and the general public
- Provide a forum for communicating issues pertinent to our community
The Plaza Midwood Neighborhood Association was designated a tax-exempt organization under 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code in October 1979. As a public charity, all contributions made to the association, including dues, are tax deductible.
To view PMNA's 501c3 letter of authorization, click HERE.
To view PMNA's bylaws, click HERE.
About Plaza Midwood
In the years since, Plaza Midwood has gone through numerous iterations, including the founding of PMNA by a group of determined residents in 1975, but it has always remained one of the most charming, diverse and architecturally inspiring neighborhoods in the city.
Plaza Midwood's official boundaries are Hawthorne Lane on the west, pm-map Central Avenue on the south, and The Plaza and Parkwood Avenue on the north. Masonic on the Southeast and Matheson Avenue along the Northeast, with our commercial district extending into Commonwealth-Morningside, Belmont and beyond.
Plaza Midwood also has roughly 14 percent of its neighborhood in the Historic District. The Historic District boundaries are roughly defined by the rectangle formed by The Plaza, Central Avenue, Pecan Avenue, and Mimosa Avenue.
Plaza Midwood in the News
- SORS plans adaptive-reuse project in Charlotte’s Plaza Midwood – Charlotte Business Journal
- 2 Cars Stolen In Plaza Midwood: Crime Blotter – Patch.com
- Moffett to Open Restaurant in Former Penguin Space in Plaza Midwood – Charlotte magazine
- Juvenile Charged For Role In Plaza Midwood Robbery Homicide – Patch.com
- BOOM festival in Plaza Midwood is Charlotte’s annual showcase of contemporary and experimental art – Charlotte Observer
- Here’s what $350,000 buys you in the heart of Charlotte and on its outskirts – The Charlotte Observer
- Other parts of Charlotte have plenty of grocery stores. Why not NoDa? – The Charlotte Observer
- Major overhaul of townhouse community in Charlotte’s Plaza Midwood neighborhood to follow recent acquisition by Miami investor Element Development – Charlotte Business Journal
- You want to see something you haven’t seen before? Stroll Plaza Midwood as it goes BOOM. – The Charlotte Observer
- Shooting at Plaza Midwood club just the latest that has neighbors, police concerned – WBTV