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Pineville Chiropractic Services

Your Chiropractic Office Near Pineville, NC

Pineville became known as a mule trading center during the time of the Charlotte ‘gold rush’. At that time ‘Pineville’ was called ‘Morrow’s Turnout’. Located at the intersection of two major Native American trading routes, it had vast meadows in which the animals of trade and transportation could be ‘turned-out’ to pasture.

Pineville was incorporated as a town in 1873. The origins of the name Pineville can be traced back to 1852, when the Charlotte & Columbia Railroad came through the Pineville area. The railroad wanted a more modern name, and the large stands of pine trees in the area inspired the new name – Pineville. In the 1890s, Dover Yarn Mills established a cotton mill in Pineville. This mill later became Cone Mills, Inc., which operated in the town until November of 1991. The one-block area of old Pineville was a bustling commercial area, with many different shops. Today this area is home to many quaint shops and restaurants.

The growth of Pineville was greatly changed through the initial segment of I-485 opening to traffic. Although the one-mile (1.6 km) stretch connecting interchanges at NC Highway 51 and South Boulevard was designed to divert through traffic around Charlotte via a freeway loop, I-485 incidentally passed through Pineville’s town limits. In the years to follow, largely undeveloped land adjacent to Pineville’s two I-485 interchanges, developed into what is now the largest shopping district in North Carolina. With nearly 8,000,000 square feet (743,000 m2) of retail space, Pineville is home to the 1,100,000-square-foot (100,000 m2) Carolina Place Mall, at least two power centres and many strip malls, outparcels and free-standing retailers.