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Get to know: Neighborhoods of Downtown Nashville — part 1

Devon Williams

NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville is a cosmopolitan city with people from various backgrounds, which is why the city has many neighborhoods with their unique identities.

Whether you're a businessperson, an entrepreneur, or an independent worker, you can always find a way to enjoy Nashville. From a small budget to an expensive lifestyle, you can get everything here.

1. Capitol View/North Gulch

A vibrant, busy new neighborhood has emerged just northwest of the central center, behind the Tennessee State Capitol. Capitol View welcomes visitors and residents alike with parks, farmer's markets, trivia nights at M.L. Rose, a locals' favorite watering establishment, and blocks of shops and services.

2. Core/Central Business District

The Core is home to 3,700 people and serves as the economic engine of Davidson County and Middle Tennessee. You can find a wide range of eating options here, from daily flown-in fine seafood to a $3.75 fried bologna sandwich and everything in-between. Those who work in The Core have access to a wide range of services. Tourists who visit the area may experience world-class sites such as the National Museum of African American Music and Ryman Auditorium.

3. The Gulch

The Gulch is a flourishing mixed-use LEED-certified neighborhood in Nashville's center, with a focus on connectivity, walkability, and public transit. This dynamic area is home to the best in urban living, including innovative office space, premium hotel brands such as Thompson Nashville and W Nashville, and a wide variety of locally owned boutiques such as E.Allen and Blush. It is ideally positioned on the southwest edge of Nashville's Central Business District, two blocks from Music City Center.

4. Hope Gardens

Hope Gardens is the residential urban hallmark of downtown Nashville, and it is progressive in every aspect. Hope Gardens, located north of Capital View and west of Sulphur Dell, provides homeowners with easy access to all of downtown Nashville's attractions while living in a peaceful neighborhood dominated by single-family homes. The increasing mix of maintained antique homes that preserve the area's rich heritage, modern apartments, and condominiums provides various residential alternatives for everybody. Hope Gardens, rated as one of Nashville's "best places to live", is close to locations such as the Farmer's Market and other popular districts such as Germantown.

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