The New York Times has finally admitted that Nashville has "made it." Nashville is Nowville and one of the hottest cities in the area. It's known as a Heartland city and one of the most promising places to work and live today.
Many immigrants are coming to the area because of the job growth and the attractive music scene. However, these are just a couple of the reasons why Nashville is hot right now.
According to the article in the New York Times, the city is still very much a traditional Southern city. However, it has become more than just a Southern city. This is a place where hipsters and conservative Christians can mesh together to create a hot city full of culture.
The Many Nicknames
When a city becomes hot, it tends to attract a number of nicknames. Most know Nashville as the Music City, but it's also known as Nashvegas and the Third Coast.
Nashville and it's many nicknames has been named to a number of lists including:
- Top 10 Budget Destinations for 2013
- Cities Getting Smarter the Fastest
- City where Startups Thrive - From CNN
- America's Best Cities - From Travel and Leisure
There are just a few of the many lists the city has been named to. Other factors making Nashville hot include:
- Home to 6 of the top 10 for-profit hospital chains
- Home to the largest publishing center in the Southeastern part of the country
- Home to the Nissan North America Headquarters
- Home to the Dollar General Headquarters
- Home to the Bridgestone America Headquarters
- Many other Fortune 100 and 500 companies are found in Nashville
With the combination of all these top companies, the amazing music scene, plenty of family attractions, top schools and the friendly atmosphere, it's no surprise the city is becoming such a hot spot.
Nashville is now the "it" city, which was exactly what happened before Portland, Austin, Dallas and Las Vegas exploded.
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