When you think of Nashville, the Downtown area is likely what comes to mind.
Capital buildings, historic landmarks and music venues along with the honky-tonk bars that line Broadway. Tourist attractions like the Country Music Hall of Fame and Ryman Auditorium and the Nashville Convention Center bring lots of people to town each year, but many love to call Nashville HOME and there are so many reasons why!
The beautiful Cumberland River passes right through downtown and local parks and greenspaces like Bicentennial Capitol State Park and Sylvan Park make it a fun place to live, work and play!
There’s no doubt that the list of unique and eclectic places to see, eat, and shop is long and would take a lifetime to complete! From highrise condos to newly developed and well established neighborhoods, there is a place to hang your hat if you want to make Nashville YOUR home! Thousands of people commute to Downtown from the surrounding suburbs each day. However, if you live in Downtown and commute to another neighborhood to work, Interstates 65, 24 and 40 all surround the community making it easy to get practically anywhere in the Nashville metropolitan area.
Nashville and Middle Tennessee have seen a huge growth in corporations and businesses, like Nissan and Amazon, bringing jobs to this market and well established employers like Vanderbilt University and Medical Center are located just minutes from Downtown.
For both tourists and residents, Downtown Nashville is a very walkable area. Step outside the door to your high-rise condo building, and you’ll find a shop, restaurant, attraction, or office space on practically every corner. Of course, the condos in the neighborhood come with so many amenities, you may decide you never want to step foot outside again. Panoramic views of the city, 24-hour concierge, open floor plans, and floor-to-ceiling windows are just a few of the features you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. If you want to live in the heart of Nashville, Downtown is your spot.
Commuting from Nashville to:
• Franklin: 21.7 miles
• Thompson’s Station: 30.4 miles
• Spring Hill: 36.0 miles
• Murfreesboro: 33.6 miles