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Condos in The Gulch

Condos for sale in the Gulch area of downtown Nashville TN

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Living in NashvilleFor those of us already lucky enough to live in Nashville, it’s easy to understand why so many people are deciding to make the move here. But if you’re not from the area and are still on the fence about migrating to Music City, there’s a lot more to our bustling middle Tennessee town than just country music.

From a unique mixture of neighborhoods and communities to a thriving food and dining scene that continues to evolve each and every day, Nashville is quickly establishing itself as being a world-class city with everything you could ever want in a major metropolis. And when you consider it’s also home to Belmont University and Vanderbilt University—two of the best private institutions around—the higher education here is also first-rate to say the least.

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Nashville Walkable Neighborhoods

Now more than ever, home buyers are taking walkability into consideration when looking for a new place to live, and if you happen to be looking around the Nashville area, there are plenty of great walkable communities that are sure to meet and exceed all your expectations.

From easily being able to catch public transportation to enjoying a close proximity to all sorts of different lifestyle amenities like public parks, shopping, dining, and entertainment venues, the advantages to living in a walkable Nashville neighborhood are not only clear to many of today’s modern home buyers, but also a determining factor when deciding on a potential new home.

So with that in mind, if you’re in the market for a new Nashville home and might be someone who values

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Finding the right neighborhood in Nashville is only difficult because there are so many great choices. Some of the best areas in the Music City cater strictly to families or to singles, but many of the neighborhoods feature a variety of residents. Here's a breakdown of some of the top areas throughout the city.

5 Points in East Nashville

Found east of the Cumberland River and along Woodland Avenue, 5 Points is known as one of the most hip neighborhoods in the city. This is a historic area with plenty of great shops and restaurants within walking distance. The Hot Chicken Festival is found here each year, along with the Tomato Art Fest. The neighborhood is also home to Beyond the Edge, Lipstick Lounge, The 5 Spot, 3 Crow Bar, Cafe Margot, I Dream of

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The Gulch is a distinct historical area known for the industrial influence with plenty to offer. Home to the original downtown railroad terminal, more than 100 trains have passed through The Gulch in the past century. This is now a hotspot for urbanites and provide a great blend of modern style with industrial background.

Many old warehouse spaces were converted into office space, upscale restaurants and even residential spaces. The vibrant nightlife provides young professionals the best of the big city right in their backyard.

If you're looking for a luxurious dining experience, the Watermark is the perfect choice. Floor-to-ceiling windows provide beautiful views, along with the elegant atmosphere found within the restaurant. With a southern-style

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There was a report just released that shows the effect of over investment in condo developments in the Miami area had disastrous results for some investors but every cloud can have a silver lining!

In the boom time for real estate, much like the rest of the USA and the world, the supply of 'qualified' buyers was seemingly endless. With this unprecedented demand for property, developers and investors realized that if they build it, they will buy. Things were going well and developments were being approved and built all over the country. Nashville TN was different in this regard. The traditionally under appreciated downtown area in Nashville, in terms of residential occupancy, was seen as huge potential for the emerging condo market.

The Gulch


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