Nashville Community

 

Nashville is the Capital of Tennessee and is the second largest city in Tennessee and ranked 25th in the United States. The population as of 2012 was 625,000. Nashville is located on the Cumberland River in the north-central part of the state. Nashville is a Center for the Music, Health Care, Publishing, Banking and Transportation Industries and is home to a large number of colleges and universities. Nashville is located in Davidson County which includes the following communities: Belle Meade, Berry Hill, Forest Hills, Goodlettsville, Oak Hill, Antioch, Bellevue, Bellshire, Bordeaux, Donelson, Hermitage, Lakewood, Inglewood, Joelton, Madison, Old Hickory, Pasquo and Whitecreek.

Nashville is centrally located at the crossroads of 3 Interstate Highways: I-40, I-24 and I-65. Interstate 440 is a bypass route connecting I-40, I-24 and I-65 and Briley Parkway connects the north side of the city and its interstates.

Nashville is the Home of the NFL Tennessee Titans and NHL Nashville Predators. Nashville is often labeled: “Music City USA”, “Athens of the South”, “Nash Vegas” and “The Bucket of the Bible Belt (over 700 Churches).

Although Nashville has become a major music recording and production center it’s largest industry is actually Health Care. Nashville is home to more then 300 Health Care Companies, including Hospital Corporation of America.

Nashville has over 20 private schools and 17 colleges and universities, some of the Universities are Vanderbilt, Belmont, David Lipscomb and Tennessee State.

Live Music can be seen and heard every day and night of the week in Nashville. The world-famous Honky Tonks, located on Broadway, offer free live music 365 days a year and with more then 130 music venues around town ranging from large arenas and concert halls to small clubs featuring nearly every genre of music. Nashville is the Home of many Country Music Superstars but is also the home for artists like: Jack White, Kings of Leon, The Black Keys, Michael McDonald, Keb’ Mo’, Sheryl Crow, Paramore and Hot Chelle Rae.

Open in May 2013 was the Music City Center (convention center) cost of 623 million dollars and 1.2 million square foot.

Nashville is home of ABC’s Hit Show “Nashville”.

There are visitors from all over the world that visits Nashville to see Country Music Singers, visit Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Honky-Tonk Bars, CMA Music Festival, Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, Opry Mills Regional Shopping Mall, General Jackson and so much more, it would take days and weeks to see a portion of the exciting things in Nashville.

Nashville is Rank 5th for “Best Places for Business and Careers 2013″ according to Forbes.

***In 2012 there was 7348 Residential Closings and 1287 Condo Closings.

***In 2013 as of July 31 there has been 4916 Residential Closings and 1393 Condo Closings.

***The Median Sales Price as of July 2013 for Nashville is $143,400 according to Zillow.

***The Median Sales Price as of July 2013 for Oak Hill is $469,800 according to Zillow.

***The Median Sales Price as of July 2013 for Belle Meade is $1,230,500 according to Zillow.

***The Median Sales Price as of July 2013 for Forest Hills is $672,600 according to Zillow.

***The Median Sales Price as of July 2013 for Lakewood is $117,100 according to Zillow.

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