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If you love music, you’re definitely going to love Nashville Tennessee ! Although the city is rather spread out, properties are concentrated in three main areas: East Nashville Tennessee, which covers the Opryland area; Midtown Nashville, near “Music Row”; and Downtown Nashville Tennessee, which includes the business district. Founded in 1779, Nashville was originally called Fort Nashborough, in honor of acclaimed Revolutionary War hero General Francis Nash. In 1784, the community’s name was changed from Nashborough to Nashville. The city became Tennessee’s capital from 1812 to 1815 and was permanently established as the capital in 1843.

Nashville is the capital of Tennessee and a vital transportation, business and tourism center for North America. The Nashville Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA), in the state’s center, comprises eight counties and over one million in population. The Nashville region’s economy is diverse and mirrors the national economy. The area benefits from low unemployment, consistent job growth, substantial outside investment and expansion, and a well-trained, growing labor force.

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Insiders' Guide to Nashville

From the neon lights of the honky-tonks on Music Row to the classical and pop offerings of the Tennessee Performing Arts Center, Nashville is distinctive for its great music and warm, friendly people. Let this authoritative guide show you how to navigate Music City USA, from the tree-lined streets of historic Edgefield to the eclectic shops of Hillsboro Village.

Whether you’re planning a vacation, already living in the area, or looking to relocate, Insiders’ Guide to Nashville will show you everything you need to know.

Ask any downtown resident what the advantages of urban living are - and you get as many different answers as there are residents! But there is a common theme-people enjoy being where the action is. Downtown living means convenience to sports and entertainment venues…access to a variety of restaurants within easy walking distance of home…great skyline views of the tall buildings, City Hall or the State Capital, Riverfront Park and the Cumberland River. Imagine standing in your living room and looking directly across at the football stadium. And if you happen to work downtown-as some 66,000 people do every day-it's only a short walk to the office. No more commuting!

Downtown Nashville is a unique neighborhood-not a carbon copy of suburban developments. Residences are in a wide variety of locations-large high-rise apartment buildings, small historic structures that have been renovated, and upper level units above retail or office space.

From young single professionals to "empty nesters," more and more people want the urban lifestyle that downtown Nashville offers. With high occupancy rates at existing units, developers are eying other existing buildings downtown that have great potential as residential sites.

Nashville Chamber of Commerce

The Nashville area's star is on the rise, and we're proud to contribute to the outstanding quality of life our residents enjoy every day. Through our initiatives, we're committed to building a stronger business community. Please use this web site to explore the many ways we're helping make the Nashville area the best possible place to live, work and visit.

The Gulch

This is to be the enlivened community downtown where people reside, work, interact and enjoy a contemporary lifestyle that is uniquely Nashville. Loft apartments, studios and condominiums make up the residential component of The Gulch. Whether you are looking for a true loft or a contemporary condominium, The Gulch promises to offer something that Nashvillians have yet to experience. Envision living in a neighborhood where you can visit the grocery, an art museum, and a chic boutique without getting into a car.

The following are links to sites I have found that have very useful or entertaining information about the Nashville area:

Nashville City Info

Facts and statistics about the Nashville area.

NashvilleLife.com

The online directory of everything Nashville

Nashville City Search

Country Music Hall of Fame

Music Guide & Calendar

Nashville Zoo

Metro Nashville Arts Commission

Urban Living Nashville Hotel Search

Offers a search of availability and rates for all Nashville area hotels, with discounts of up to 70%!

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools traces its lineage to 1855, and beyond, and its present countywide form is a result of the 1964 merger of the City of Nashville and Davidson County into a unified government that has been a widely studied example to the nation and the world. With more than 10,500 employees, including approximately 7,000 full- and part-time certificated staff, Metro Schools is an enormous educational enterprise, serving 69,000 students drawn from throughout the County's 520 square miles.


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