The mission of Historic Charlotte, Inc. is to actively promote historic preservation and to encourage, support and coordinate the activities of history and heritage groups throughout the greater Charlotte region.

Historic Charlotte, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization established in 1991 as the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Preservation Foundation, the charitable affiliate of the Historic Landmarks Commission.

2006 Learning Series, presenting speakers on various history and heritage topics.
Partnering with the Friends of Fourth Ward to form the Joint Committee for the Preservation of Elmwood/Pinewood Cemetery.
Republication of updated edition of the book, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Driving and Walking Tours.
Publication of Historic Charlotte Biddleville Walking Tour.
In partnership with the Arts and Science Council, planning History and Heritage website.
Partnering with other historic sites and agencies to make a bigger impact in our community. Convening neighborhood associations to broaden support and raise awareness in individual neighborhoods.
Developing continuing education course for attorneys, CPAs and real estate professionals.
Building advocacy group among young professionals to insure next generation of leaders will be committed to historic and architectural preservation.

Fifth Blast from the Past, the Preservation Celebration, held on September 29, 2004 at Byron's South End in Charlotte.
Publication of Historic Charlotte: An Illustrated History, a coffee table book highlighting Charlotte's unique history. Text by Dr. Dan Morrill, Consulting Director of the Historic Landmark Commission.
Creation of Historic Charlotte website, linking various History and Heritage sites around Charlotte and the surrounding areas.
Restoration of the Rural Hill Schoolhouse in North Mecklenburg.
Restoration of two houses in Historic North Charlotte

Renovation of the Ratcliffe-Otterbourg House located at 2100 Randolph Road, home to the Historic Landmarks Commission.

Renovation and sale, with restrictive covenants, of Historic Hand Pharmacy.
In partnership with the Historic Landmarks Commission, acquired and restored two vintage trolley cars, currently in service with The Charlotte Trolley.
Participation in, and financial support of, a comprehensive study/survey of historic buildings and sites from the end of WWII until the mid-1960s.
Preservation of the historic Latta Arcade through negotiated restrictions on future development.
Annual Preservation Celebration in 2000 - 2003, The Blast for the Past, acknowledging significant contributions in architectural preservation. Click here for information about Blast for the Past 2003.
Promotion of the Davis House located on the Campus of Johnson C. Smith University.
Publication of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Historic Driving and Walking Tours.
History and Heritage Summit in conjunction with the Arts and Science Council in 2002.