Nashville, TN

Get to know the neighborhoods of Downtown Nashville part 2

Kelleigh Michanichou

NASHVILLE, TN – In addition to Capitol View, Business District, The Gulch, and Hope Gardens, Nashville still has several neighborhoods with uniqueness and comfort. Each neighborhood will offer you different experiences if you want to take a vacation or find a new place to live.

Rolling Hill Mill

Visit one of Nashville's most distinctive renovated historical locations and take a photo with the Nashville skyline. The Trolley Barns have been transformed into a mixed-use community that brings together the creative class, residents, business class, and visitors in an upmarket setting overlooking the Cumberland River. Enjoy the pedestrian life along the streets, take a stroll through Rolling Mills Greenway, or have fun at one of the facilities at Pinewood Social or one of the many other businesses in the area.

Rutledge Hill

A Music City treasure may be found between the communities of SoBro and Rolling Mill Hills. Rutledge Hill provides the ultimate city lifestyle by combining residential, business, arts, and music in one location. Listen to local performers at The Listening Room Café, 3rd & Lindsley Bar & Grill, or wine and dine yourself at Husk, a restaurant recognized with placing Nashville on the culinary map. Your Rutledge Hill travels may also take you to see a show at the Nashville Children's Theater, America's longest continuously functioning professional children's theater group. Rutledge Hill is a wonderful piece of Music City living, with something for everyone.


SoBro continues the renowned Music City scene just south of Broadway. The Country Music Hall of Fame, City Winery, Ole Smoky Moonshine Distillery, The Comedy Bar, House of Cards, several live music venues, fine eating, and lodging options, and the Schermerhorn Symphony Center, home of the GRAMMY-winning Nashville Symphony, are all located in SoBro. With so much to offer, SoBro is the type of area where you could stay all day and night!

Sulphur Dell
This lovely, historic area is located north of the Tennessee State Capitol and south of Germantown. The area formerly had a Civil War-era baseball field where Union troops taught Nashville residents how to play the "northern game," and it now houses First Horizon Park, where you can see a Nashville Sounds baseball game. Come get some fresh fruits and vegetables or a wonderful lunch at the Nashville Farmers Market before strolling around Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park, which provides beautiful views of the State Capitol. The Sulphur Dell area includes a mingling of residential possibilities, pubs, restaurants, and the new Tennessee State Library and Archives.

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