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What You’ll Love About Nashville

Country Music

Known as “Music City USA”, Nashville is home to endless opportunities for enjoying music, from music clubs and honky-tonk bars to historic auditoriums.

Cost of Living

Nashville's cost of living lies 3% below the national average, and it boasts 6% lower housing costs, 100% lower income taxes, and a median home price of just $165,200.


Shopping, dining, entertainment, nightlife, parks, employment, attractions, and more! Nashville truly has something for everyone to enjoy, any time of day or night

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Nashville is a Thriving Community of Diverse Big-City Offerings

It’s the state capital, the second largest city in Tennessee, and America’s center for country music… but Nashville, TN is so much more. It’s a thriving city of culture, of diversity, of opportunity. Whether you’re looking for big-city employment opportunities, thriving downtown nightlife, a culture set deep in the roots of history, or even a quiet riverside escape, there’s plenty to discover in Nashville. So come explore, and envision life on the shores of the Cumberland River on the bustling streets of Nashville.

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Parks & Recreation

Sure it’s a big, bustling city, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t plenty of quiet escapes and scenes of natural greenery to enjoy. In fact, Nashville is home to over 10,000 acres of parkland and greenways that offer residents everything from fishing, boating, waterskiing, and sailing, to hiking, biking, and horseback riding along the Cumberland River. Warner Parks is one of its major parks, offering a Learning Center, 20 miles of scenic roads, 12 miles of hiking trails, and 10 miles of equestrian trails.


Endless Employment

With an unemployment 3% below the national average and a diverse economy of thriving industries in music, healthcare, publishing, automotive and transportation, and banking and insurance, it’s no surprise Forbes List ranked Nashville #5 on the list of Best Places for Business and Careers.

Largest Industries: Though the music recording and producing industry of Nashville (centered around the music business section known as Music Row) is the second largest in America—after only that of NYC—Nashville’s largest industry is actually healthcare. Nashville is home to the Hospital Corporation of America, the world’s largest private hospital operator in the world, as well as 300 other healthcare companies.

Fortune 500 Companies Include: Dell, Bridgestone, Community Health Systems, Nissan North America, Tractor Supply Company, and Dollar General.



Country Music: It’s not Country Music USA for nothing! Visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, Belcourt Theatre, Ryman Auditorium, or just get a taste of some local talent at a downtown bar, restaurant, or club!

Events: CMA Music Festival. Tennessee State Fair. Nashville Film Festival. Celebrate Nashville Cultural Festival. Nashville Oktoberfest… the list only goes on...

Downtown Nashville: Head downtown and the excitement never ends! Fine dining, local eateries, shops, night clubs, music bars, nightclubs, riverfront parks, museums and large entertaining venues… there’s something for everyone!

Pro Sports: Nashville boasts two professional sports teams, as well as several minor league and college teams. Pro teams include the Tennessee Titans of the NFL and the Nashville Predators of the NHL.

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Quick Facts

Population (2014): 644,014
Population Growth Since 2000: +18.1%
County: Davidson

Median Home Price: $165,200


Travel Info

Airports: Nashville Int’l Airport
Major Highways: I-40, I-24, I-65, I-440, Briley Pkwy
Bus: Metropolitan Transit Authority
Commuter Rail: Music City Star



District: Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools
88,000+ students

Home to 17 universities & colleges

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