Without question, The Barclay at SouthPark is in an exceptional location.
Whether you have lived in the SouthPark and Myers Park area and don’t want to give up all that it has to offer, or you are moving from elsewhere and would like to be in the midst of some of the best shopping and dining in Charlotte, no retirement community can compare to The Barclay at SouthPark.
The Barclay is also directly adjacent to one of Hilton Hotels’ newest luxury concepts, Canopy by Hilton, so your guests will have the option to stay in SouthPark’s finest hotel while being only steps from your front door.
The Greater Charlotte Area: A Great Place to Live
If you move to The Barclay from within Charlotte, you’ll already be familiar with what our continually evolving city has to offer. If you join us from out of town, you will delight in discovering all that the regally named Queen City has to offer.
You’ll enjoy being conveniently located to essentials like the city’s world-class medical institutions, major interstates, an international airport and so much more.
Uptown Charlotte is home to many exciting sporting events and tournaments, including games featuring our local teams: the Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Hornets and Charlotte Knights.
You might also enjoy taking advantage of the city’s exceptional educational, social and entertainment attractions. Here, you’ll find countless museums, historical sites and cultural venues for a variety of performing arts, plus plentiful parks, an expansive greenway and our unique Whitewater Center.
Another bonus: When you’re ready for a getaway, Charlotte is ideally located to both the beach and the mountains.
We invite you to learn more about all the ways our retirement community in Charlotte is perfectly positioned for living life to the fullest. Come join us.
Barclay & Fairmeadows Swim & Racquet Club
A Special Partnership
The Barclay at SouthPark amenity spaces extend beyond its four walls. Thanks to a special partnership between Fairmeadows Swim & Racquet Club and Liberty Senior Living, Barclay residents are invited to enjoy all the club’s offerings – and they are plentiful – at no cost.
Liberty Senior Living, The Barclay’s parent company, has invested more than $1 million to refurbish the club, thereby allowing Barclay residents and their guests complimentary access to all its amenity spaces. Residents may choose to enjoy swimming laps or taking a deep-water aerobics class in the spring and summer; playing tennis, pickleball and lawn games any time of the year; or simply an evening by the firepit or picnic under the gazebo.
Whatever your preference, Fairmeadows is a short drive or quick walk across the pedestrian bridge at the back of The Barclay’s property, so making use of all the club’s offerings is easy to do.
The SouthPark Area
SouthPark is a bustling neighborhood located in the heart of Charlotte, North Carolina, offering a plethora of activities and attractions that cater to a diverse range of interests. For the shopping aficionado, the SouthPark Mall is a must-visit, featuring an array of high-end retailers, boutiques and department stores. Those interested in the arts can catch a show at the Morrison Regional Library or peruse the various art galleries sprinkled throughout the area.
For a taste of nature within the urban landscape, visitors can take a leisurely stroll in Symphony Park, known for its serene ambiance and hosting outdoor concerts, especially during the summer months. Culinary enthusiasts will be delighted by SouthPark’s extensive dining scene, which boasts an impressive array of restaurants serving cuisines from around the world.
In addition, there are frequent seasonal events and festivals in the neighborhood, ensuring that there’s always something happening in SouthPark. Whether you’re in the mood for retail therapy, gourmet dining, or simply soaking in the local culture, SouthPark has something to offer everyone.
The Myers Park Area
A short drive from The Barclay at SouthPark, Myers Park is a treasure trove of activities, both serene and invigorating. For those who appreciate architecture and history, a walking tour of the neighborhood reveals a mix of Tudor Revival, Colonial Revival and Bungalow styles, providing a visual feast of historical elegance.
The nearby Wing Haven Gardens & Bird Sanctuary offers a tranquil escape, where visitors can explore meticulously curated gardens and spot local and migratory birds. Additionally, the Booty Loop, a popular 3-mile circuit frequented by joggers and cyclists, provides an active way to absorb the scenic beauty of Myers Park. The Little Sugar Creek Greenway, which winds its way through parts of the area, is a favorite for both leisurely strolls and more vigorous runs.
Culinary enthusiasts can indulge in gourmet experiences at local bistros and wine bars, while those seeking cultural enrichment can attend lectures and events at the esteemed Queens University of Charlotte. With its rich tapestry of offerings, Myers Park ensures a fulfilling experience for every visitor, be it a day of leisure or a deep dive into local culture.