Nashville is one of those cities where residents are active and enjoying all that their city has to offer. Many people try to choose neighborhoods that promote walkability so that they can easily enjoy their live-work-play lifestyle. Here are the top neighborhoods in Nashville for just this and why residents want to live in them.
Downtown is a great area for a great deal of walkability. There are many places to live here like converted lofts and newer condo developments. You can get your groceries easily and many people already work downtown. Many people live in the old Kress building or in Veridian. H.G. Hill’s Urban Market is the place for grocery shopping.
Probably one of the best areas for walkability in Nashville is living in The Gulch. It’s the largest community for mixed use. Not only can residents enjoy 17 restaurants and 15 retail shops, but there are over 4,500 condos and apartments to live in here. You can pick up groceries at The Turnip Truck, a full service organic market.
West End is great for enjoying the outdoors and free entertainment. They have Centennial Park and free live music in this neighborhood. Traffic can get bad but most people walk since everything they need is in walking distance. You can reach restaurants, shopping and coffee shops in this great neighborhood. Homes can get pricey but there are affordable options here too.
If you want to live near the excellent night life options, Midtown/Music Row is the place to be. It’s next to downtown and doesn’t have as many tourists. You can walk to restaurants although there are less shopping options. The neighborhood is known strictly for its entertainment options more than anything and luxury condos.
Along with these excellent neighborhoods, you can find walkability in Sylvan Park, East End, Belmont and 12 South.
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