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Nashville, the capital of Tennessee was founded in 1779-1880 and is the 2nd largest city in the state, behind Memphis. It has the largest metro area covering 13 counties with approximately 1.73 M people, while the population of the city proper is approximately 12,000 as of 2014.

In 1950, David Cobb, an announcer of a radio station christened Nashville as “Music City U.S.A”. The city boasts chamber orchestras, symphony, professional-class church choirs and other music genre. It has also become a major recording and production center. A thorough study showed that the music industry provides $10 Billion impact on Nashville’s economy. It also helped create more than 56,000 jobs.

Although Nashville is dubbed as the ‘Music City’, its largest industry is health care. It has over 300 health care companies, giving employment to over 200,000 people and significant contribution of $30 Billion to the city’s economy yearly.

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Nashville, TN is one of the strongest real estate markets in the U.S. as of 2015. The city has ongoing real estate projects worth $2 Billion based from city records. 

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In a post written by Trulia, Nashville was included in the list of their top 10 real estate markets to watch in 2016.

PricewaterhouseCoopers (the largest professional services firm in the world) and Urban Land Institute (a non-profit research and education organization), conducted a survey of nearly 1500 real estate industry professionals and Nashville came out as the 7th most attractive city to real estate investors for 2016.

As of September 2015, there were 3,444 home closings in Nashville, an increase of more than 10% closings from the previous year, according to Greater Nashville Association of Realtors.  

Nashville Tennessee - Education

Nashville students attend Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools.

Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools

The school district operates 75 elementary schools, 33 middle schools, 25 high schools, 18 charter schools and 8 specialty schools. 2 of Nashville district high schools ranked first and second (out of 358) on the list of top 10 Tennessee high schools.  

Elementary Schools

Z. Kelley Elementary Goodlettsville Elementary Pennington Elementary
Alex Green Elementary Gower Elementary Percy Priest Elementary
Amqui Elementary Granbery Elementary Purpose Preparatory
Andrew Jackson Elementary Harpeth Valley Elementary Robert Churchwell Elementary
Bellshire Elementary Hattie Cotton Elementary Robert E. Lillard Elementary
Bordeaux Early Learning Center Haywood Elementary Robertson Academy
Buena Vista Elementary Henry C. Maxwell Elementary Rocketship United Academy
Caldwell Elementary Hermitage Elementary Rocketship Nashville Northeast Elementary
Cane Ridge Elementary Hickman Elementary Rosebank Elementary
Carter-Lawrence Elementary Hull-Jackson Elementary Ross Early Learning Center
Casa Azafrán Early Learning Center  Inglewood Elementary Ruby Major Elementary
Chadwell Elementary J. E. Moss Elementary Shayne Elementary
Charlotte Park Elementary Joelton Elementary Shwab Elementary
Cockrill Elementary John B. Whitsitt Elementary Smithson-Craighead Academy
Cole Elementary Jones Elementary Smith Springs Elementary
Crieve Hall Elementary Julia Green Elementary Stanford Elementary
Cumberland Elementary KIPP Academy Nashville Elementary Stratton Elementary
Dan Mills Elementary Kirkpatrick Elementary Sylvan Park Elementary
Dodson Elementary Lakeview Elementary Thomas A. Edison Elementary
DuPont Elementary Lockeland Elementary Tom Joy Elementary
Eakin Elementary McGavock Elementary Tulip Grove Elementary
East End Preparatory Mount View Elementary Tusculum Elementary
Explore Community School Murrell School  Una Elementary
Fall-Hamilton Elementary Napier Elementary Warner Elementary
Gateway Elementary Nashville Classical Waverly-Belmont Elementary
Glencliff Elementary Neely's Bend Elementary Westmeade Elementary
Glendale Elementary Norman Binkley Elementary  
Glengarry Elementary Old Center Elementary  
Glenn Elementary Paragon Mills Elementary  
Glenview Elementary Park Avenue Elementary  

Middle Schools

Bellevue Middle Joelton Middle Moses McKissack Middle
Brick Church College Preparatory John Early Middle Nashville Preparatory
Cameron College Preparatory John F. Kennedy Middle Neely's Bend Middle
Creswell Middle Prep School of the Arts John Trotwood Moore Neely's Bend College Preparatory
Croft Middle KIPP Academy Nashville New Vision Academy
Donelson Middle KIPP College Preparatory Rose Park Middle
DuPont Hadley Middle Knowledge Academy STEM Preparatory Academy
DuPont Tyler Middle LEAD Academy STRIVE Collegiate Academy
East Nashville School LEAD Preparatory Southeast Thurgood Marshall Middle
Goodlettsville Middle @Dalewood Liberty Collegiate Academy Two Rivers Middle
Gra-Mar Middle Isaac Litton Middle West End Middle
H.G. Hill Middle Madison MiddleMargaret Allen Middle William Henry Oliver Middle
Haynes Middle Martin Luther King Jr. School Wright Middle

High Schools

Antioch High School MNPS Middle College High School
Cane Ridge High School Nashville Big Picture High School
East Nashville High School Nashville School of the Arts School
Glencliff High School Overton High School
Hillsboro High School Pearl-Cohn High School
Hillwood High School Stratford High School
Hume-Fogg High School The Academy at Hickory Hollow School
Hunters Lane High School The Academy at Old Cockrill School
Maplewood High School The Academy at Opry Mills School
Martin Luther Jr. King High School   Whites Creek High School
McGavock High School  

Nashville Tennessee Restaurants

Nashville city offers a wide variety of dining destinations. Local restaurants boast unique dining experience and great Nashville chefs. Here are some of the best restaurants to try when at Nashville.  

      • Nashville Farmer's Market -  900 Rosa L Parks Blvd              Nashville Homes for Sale TN

The Nashville Farmer’s Market is a long building with 2 covered markets and a food court in the middle. The markets sell different types produce, eggs, dairy, and meat. The food court features 33 restaurants offering different types of food and international cuisines.   

      • Cabana - 1910 Belcourt AveNashville Homes for Sale TN

Cabana has booths with curtains and pillows, hence its name, allowing customers to eat semi-privately. Each booth has its own TV and Ipod. The New York Times also reviewed this restaurant:
"Chic Veranda, Wonderful Southern Comfort Food & Great Prices."

      • Chauhan Ale & Masala House - 123 12th Avenue North,DowntownNashville Homes for Sale TN

This brick restaurant has a dark ambiance with Bollywood movies projected on the walls.
They serve Indian cuisine and cocktails.  

      • Deg Thai - Downtown                       Nashville Homes for Sale TN

Deg Thai is Nashville’s mobile food truck which serve Thai fusion meals and can be found in downtown Nashville.  

      • Demos' Steak and Spaghetti House - 300 Commerce 

It is an American and Italian eatery that has loads of branches around Nashville. As the name implies, they serve steak, pasta and seafood.                             

      • The Local Taco - 4501 Murphy Rd

The restaurant features Mex-Tex cuisine including a variety of tacos, chicken and tasty margaritas. 

Nashville Tennessee Family Fun

Nashville offers family-friendly destinations and attractions from parks, museums, zoo, music and a lot more.  

      • Adventure Science Center - 800 Fort Negley BlvdAdventure Science Center Nashville TN

Formerly Cumberland and Science Museum, they feature 175 exhibits on biology, physics, and other fields of Science. There’s also the Sudekum Planetarium, a high-end projection and surround sound giving a great way to experience the universe. You could also experience the life of an astronaut with Space Chase exhibit. Admission free varies.

      • Frist Center for the Visual Arts - 919 BroadwayFrist School of Arts

An art museum in Nashville that focuses on hosting exhibitions and fantastic rotation of traveling exhibits. 

      • Honky Tonk Highway  - 329 BroadwayNashville TN Honky Tonk

Located at the corner of Fifth and Broadway, the place is comprised of bars known for their atmosphere and music. There’s no cover charge and the music is always live. Music starts as early as 10AM and ends at around 3AM. 

      • Nashville Zoo at Grassmere - 3777 Nolensville PikeNashville Zoo width=

The zoo covers 200-acres of land offering different facilities including a jungle gym, 2 Gibbon Islands, Meerkat and Gassmere Historic Home. The Jungle Gym is the largest community-built playground in the US. The Gassmere Historic Home is a 19th century house museum. The admission fees are $15 for adults (13yo +), $10 for children (2yo-12yo) and $13(65yo+) for senior. Parking fee is $5 per vehicle.

      • Tennessee State Museum - 505 Deaderick StNashville Tennessee Museum

It is a large museum in Nashville showcasing the history of US and Tennessee, including American Civil War. It is situated at James K Polk Building in downtown Nashville. The admission is free.

      • The Parthenon - 2500 West End AveThe Parthenon Nashville TN

The Parthenon is the home of an art gallery and museum with indoor sculptures, Athena being the tallest at 42 feet. The Parthenon is the only comprehensive, life-size copy of the ancient Parthenon in Greece, Athens.

Nashville Tennessee Parks

The city is home to tons of parks and natural reserve with over 90 parks. Here are some of the most visited parks in the city. 

      • Fannie Mae Dees Park -  2400 Blakemore Ave

Fannie Mae Dees Park is an outdoor area with multiple playgrounds and local art. The park also has an amazing dragon sculpture, a tennis court, picnic tables and restrooms. 

      • Warner Parks - 7311 TN-100

Warner Parks are 2 major parks in Nashville, namely Percy Warner Park and Edwin Warner Park. The 2 parks are adjacent to each other. These parks are also home to Harpeth Hills Golf Course and Percy Warner Golf Course. Percy Warner Park features steeple chase course, equestrian facilities, horseback riding trails, and a field station. Edwin Warner Park, on the other hand features nature center, model airplane field, Warner Parks' Headquarters, interpretive deck and 11 reservable picnic shelters. 

      • Centennial Park - 2500 West End Ave

Centennial Park is a 125-acre park 2 miles west of downtown Nashville featuring walking paths, band shell, dog park, exercise trail, gardens & museums and the iconic Parthenon. 

      • Riverfront Park - 100 1st Ave N

The park is made up of 5-acres of land along the Cumberland River featuring shows of steamboats rolling down the river  and the Honky Tonks right behind.  

      • Bicentennial Capitol Mall State Park - 600 James Robertson Pkwy

This 19-acre park is northwest of Tennessee State Capitol and was opened on June 1, 1996 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Tennessee statehood. The park has a 1400 Pathway of History. It’s a wall engraved with historical events from 1796 to 1996. There’s also an 18000-pound globe floating on water that serves as a World War II Memorial. The main highlight of the park is a 2000-seat amphitheater used for special events. The park is also surrounded by 95-bell carillon, representing the 95 counties of the state. 

Nashville Tennessee Nightlife

      • Nashville Nightlife - 2416 Music Valley Dr #139

Nashville Nightlife is a dinner buffet theater that features great country music artists including Jeannie Seely, Tim Watson, Diana Murrell, Brenda Best, Mark Powelson and Zach Johnson.

      • Legends Corner - 428 Broadway

Legends Corner is a great bar which is part of the Honky Tonks Row. It features live music and reasonable price of drinks.

      • Tribe - 1517 Church St

Tribe is a gay-friendly bar with a big dance floor, lots of TVs showing music videos and pool tables. Tribe is also a non-smoking bar but has a patio to light up.

      • Music City Bar & Grill - 2416 Music Valley Dr

A small place with an intimate setting featuring great country music, drinks, pool and limited food just like any other bar. 

      • Layla's Bluegrass Inn - 418 Broadway

Broadway bar features bluegrass and hillbilly music with very chill and inviting atmosphere. 

Nashville Tennessee Employment

Troy unemployment rate is lower than the state & national average.     

                    Employer                                                          # of Employees

Vanderbilt University and Medical Center                                 23,021
Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson 
    County Government and Public Schools                             18,200
U.S. Government                                                                      12,177
Nissan North America                                                                8,500
HCA                                                                                           7,000
Saint Thomas Health                                                                 6,500
Randstad U.S.                                                                           3,400
Shoney's                                                                                    3,000
Kroger                                                                                        2,863

Nashville Tennessee - A Brief History

James Robertson and his party first reach Nashville on Christmas Eve of 1779. They christened the community as “Nashborough” for an American Revolution hero, General Francis Nash. Months later, the settlement became a western front for the American Revolution. In 1974, the community changed the name to Nashville, removing the word “borough” to show their anti-British sentiment. James Robertson helped establish Davidson Academy, which is now University of Nashville. Years after the war were time for development and growth. In 1769, Tennessee became the 16th state of the Union. In 1843, Nashville became a permanent capital of Tennessee because of Andrew Jackson, the 7th president of the US. By 1860, Nashville was already a developed city with railroads and center of shipping. Union troops noticed its strategic importance, seized control of the railroad and river. They occupied the city for 3 years and in December of 1964, Southern troops tried to retake the town, now known as The Battle of Nashville. It’s one of the bloodiest war between the north and south and the last major conflict of the Civil War. 

Nashville Tennessee - Today

The twentieth century brought businesses to Nashville. It is adding jobs faster than the growth of population. It has also become a favorite immigrant destination due to low cost of living and high job market. In 2015, Forbes put Nashville as the 4th Best City for White Collar Jobs and 20th in America’s Fastest Growing Cities. In 2014, the metropolitan area of Nashville has an estimated population of 1.73 million and is expected to reach 2 million by 2020 which is the next census.


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