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Nashville TN Cityscape

Overview of Nashville

Whether you dream of performing on stage or whistling your way to work, Nashville deserves your applause. Getting to know the greatest hits of Nashville only requires a little bit of shoe leather. Take a tour through Music City's neighborhoods to get a feel for the high notes here. Berry Hill brings the funk, with odd crafter's resource shops, unique boutiques, and local restaurants. Green Hills blends beautiful Nashville apartments with an active music scene at the Bluebird Café. If you fancy yourself a hipster, perhaps you'd prefer the Gulch? Once industrial, that part of town is now Nashville's new hotspot.

Apartments in Nashville & Cost of Living

Nashville apartments tend to rent for reasonable rates. Depending on the neighborhoods you’re searching in, residents report paying from about $600 to $1,150 a month to rent one-bedroom apartments in Nashville. That expense, considered along with the prices one pays for food and utilities, still puts Nashville below the national cost of living average. If you're new to town or swapping apartments, the city's seven-percent vacancy rate means you'll have a reasonable selection of places to choose from.

Study, Work, & Play in Nashville

Nashville has so many colleges and universities that it's sometimes referred to as the "Athens of the South." For those seeking options for higher education, Vanderbilt University, Fisk University, and Belmont University are just a few of the options you’ll have. In terms of work, Nashville is a hub for health care, the automotive industry, publishing, banking, and transportation. Or course, you might be the next superstar of country music, in which case you couldn't pick a better place to hang your hat.

The music scene in Nashville is indubitably the city's biggest draw. Apartments in Nashville are within close proximity to the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, the Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium-"the Mother Church of Country Music,” and many more. The Grand Ole Opry is now based east of Downtown Nashville, but the show returns to the Ryman for a run each winter. The Music Row section of Nashville still serves as the heart of country, gospel, and contemporary Christian music.

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Nashville, TN 37209

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Nashville, TN 37209

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Nashville, TN 37211

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Nashville, TN 37209

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