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Overview of Downtown Nashville

Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and the center for many of the state’s industries, such as publishing, healthcare, banking, and music. The city is famous for its music scene, art scene, and southern culture, and has long been a draw for many who relocate to the area. With around 1.6 million residents, Nashville comes in as the second largest city in the state -- behind Memphis -- and has also been ranked as one of the ten fastest-growing cities in the nation.

Downtown Nashville Apartments & Rental Market

Downtown Nashville is home to several apartment buildings that offer gorgeous views of the city and the Cumberland River, which runs right next to Downtown Nashville. Studio apartments often rent for around $1,000 on the low end, and more luxurious units can range up to $3,000 for two or three bedrooms. Most of these Downtown Nashville apartments offer additional amenities, such as a swimming pool, gated access, concierge service, covered parking garages, and fitness centers. Certain apartments include certain utilities and wireless internet with the cost of the rent.

Downtown Nashville Dining & Entertainment

Living in Downtown Nashville, you would be located right in the heart of the country music scene, which is so popular here that it has earned Nashville the nickname “Music City.” The regular events that constantly go on at local venues have also earned the city the nickname, “Nashvegas.” Every night of the week you can find live music in downtown Nashville, such as the famous “honky tonks” on 2nd and Broadway. You can easily walk to more than sixty bars or restaurants before or after a show.

Besides its famous music and nightlife, Downtown Nashville offers a little bit of something for everyone. Shopping fans will find a boatload of boot shops, western clothing stores, music stores, and souvenir shops. The Art District on 5th Avenue has a popular arcade with galleries and monthly art walks. And every year Nashville holds many art festivals, such as the Nashville Film Festival, the Country Music Marathon, the Iroquois Steeplechase, and many more.

Downtown Nashville Pet Friendly Resources

You can easily find pet-friendly apartments in Downtown Nashville, though some may have weight restrictions. Nashville boasts more than half a dozen parks near the downtown area, but you will be required to keep your pets on a leash. Unfortunately, Nashville only has three dog parks, but one of the largest and most popular dog parks is adjacent to Centennial Park, not too far from the city center.

Commute From Downtown Nashville

Nashville traffic has inspired a song to be named in its honor by the Bellyachers, and another local band named itself Traffic Jam, but these tributes may be due mostly to the city’s music culture. Traffic in the music city consistently ranks far below busy cities such as Atlanta, Seattle, and even Portland. Barring a major accident or a construction site, you can get out of the city in a matter of minutes. Major highways run in a circle around downtown, and a short drive will take you to I-40 or the airport.

Fans of mass transit will find an extensive bus system, called the MTA, that can take them anywhere. MTA’s central hub in downtown Nashville is the Music City Central building, and the bus lines spread to neighborhoods and towns outside the city in every direction. Fares typically cost around a couple dollars, and daily commuters can purchase long-term passes for up to a month at a time.

Downtown Nashville Schools & Education

The nearest high school to downtown Nashville, Hume-Fogg High, is consistently ranked among the nation’s top fifty. This high school, and most public schools in the city, are served by a district called the Metropolitan Nashville Schools, which serves more than 81,000 students. Around half of the students are African-American, a third are Caucasian, and the rest belong to other ethnic backgrounds.

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