Moving to Nashville Guide

Thinking about moving to Nashville, TN? You’re not alone. Nashville is the place to live for young professionals. It’s like living your old college days with the bar hangout on Broadway. Nashville is still one of the fastest-growing large metros in the nation. Despite the apparent slowdown, Nashville grew faster than most large metro areas last year. With a 10.9% growth rate in 2019 according to the United State Census. There are many things to do in Nashville thanks to the sheer number of restaurants, parks, culture hubs, nightlife hot spots, and other ways to stay entertained.

Finding a Place to Purchase.

Find a place to live in Nashville is easy to do if you have an unlimited budget. Our company has moved many VP’s and CEO in and out of The Gulch. Where a 1 bed 1 bath 800 sq.ft. start at around 409k to 2 bedrooms 2 bath 1500 sq.ft. cost up to $1,600,000. You’re paying for the Entertainment Nightlife Amenities.

Apartment Rentals in Nashville

You have 505 Apartments which is a residential skyscraper that runs around $2,500 a month for a 1 Bedroom. I have a lot of friends that live at The Sobro Luxury Condos which are located near the vibrant lower Broadway entertainment district. Long Story short you need to make sure you have money saved up for your apartment deposit and moving cost.

Bars in Nashville

Honky Tonk Central – Bustling 3-story gathering place featuring pub eats & live country music all day long.
Wildhorse Saloon Southern food, live-music acts, multiple bars & free nightly dance lessons in a 3-story space.
Nashville Crossroads – Unassuming music venue offering a full bar & live country & Southern rock ‘n’ roll performers.
Whiskey Bent Saloon – Vibrant, rustic tavern with mounted animal heads, offering beer, cocktails & a lineup of live music.
Tin Roof– Unpretentious shotgun shack bar & music venue with creative takes on American pub food.
Long Story Short. Make sure you bring your cowboy boots.

Visiting Suggestions

  • 1. Make sure you have money for parking. I have paid around $40 to $60 dollars for parking.
  • 2. Visit theCountry Music Hall of Fame and Museum
  • 4. Don’t drink and drive please.
  • 5. Watch out for pedestrians.
  • 6. Nashville Pedal Tavern – Climb aboard the same custom, 15-passenger bicycle that Duck Dynasty and Country Music stars have pedaled through Nashville’s storied streets. Pedal Tavern’s certified tour guides share the secrets of Broadway’s legendary Honky Tonks and Midtown’s Music Row.