Nashville’s Midtown, bordered by Charlotte Avenue, I-440, 12th Avenue, and I-65, boasts growth and development, filled with neighborhood coffee houses and eateries, boutiques, and small shops that are pedestrian friendly. Building shops and housing close to the sidewalk are part of the Nashville Urban Planning Commission’s vision to create a “live-work philosophy” that is in line with major cities such as Atlanta, Chicago, and New York
Nashville caught a huge wave of national attention in 2006 when Kiplinger chose it as the publication’s No. 1 place in America to live for its climate, affordable housing and entertainment scene that’s “not just about country”. It is a popular area for locals that enjoy a vibrant night scene. Condo living is key in Downtown and Midtown.