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Split-view photos show how much Charlotte’s uptown has changed in just 8 years

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If you’ve been in Charlotte for a few years, you know how quickly the city is changing. But it’s still pretty surprising sometimes to realize just how much has been built here since 2007.

Apartment search site RentCafe.com put together a series of photographs comparing uptown Charlotte in 2007 and uptown Charlotte today, using the same Google Street View images. Roll the slider from the left to the right to see what’s been built at each site.

1. 1 Bank of America Center, The Ritz-Carlton

2. Duke Energy Center

3. Aloft Charlotte Uptown, The Ritz-Carlton, 1 Bank of America Center

4. The Vue

5. Catalyst, Duke Energy Center, Element Uptown

You can see a few other similar photos of Charlotte on the RentCafe.com website, as well as other cities such as Atlanta, Chicago and Dallas.

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