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Nashville, Tennessee Apartments
Nashville, Tennessee is probably best known as the place you need to be if you want a career in the country music business. Located beside the Cumberland River, it has been called "America's Friendliest City". It is the most populated city in the state after Memphis. The downtown area of Nashville can be accessed by three major interstate highways, I-40, I-65, and I-24.
Nashville has many interesting qualities for someone looking to relocate, including a low cost of living, affordable residential areas to live, and no personal income tax. In an October 2010 poll conducted by Harris Interactive, Nashville was the seventh most popular city in the country. Tennessee is considered the third most affordable state in the country to live in, with housing costs 20% below the national average.
There are twenty-one accredited four-year and post graduate institutions in the Nashville area. Nashville is home to the campuses of Vanderbuilt University and Tennessee State University. There are also six community colleges and eleven vocational and technical schools. This creates a well-educated community of people living in the area.
The Nashville area includes over one hundred green spaces, giving residents access to nearly 11,000 acres of land for golfing, nature trails, and dog parks. The Parks and Recreation Department also offers programs for children and senior citizens, art shows, picnic facilities, and swimming pools for the community residents.
For people considering visiting Nashville on vacation, there are plenty of attractions to delight both country music lovers and history buffs as well. Some the most popular attractions include the Grand Ole Opry, The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Belle Meade Plantation, The Hermitage, home of President Andrew Jackson, and The Parthenon. Nashville nightlife includes traditional bars, comedy clubs, dance clubs, live music clubs, theaters, and pubs.
Over the last ten years, the Nashville economy has experienced growth in the health care industry, tourism, publishing, and in the music industries, but its largest industry is insurance and finance. Nashville ranked eighth in the United States as best metro area by MarketWatch.com in January of 2009. The July 2009 issue of Forbes Magazine listed it as the 13th best city in the country to give first-time job seekers success in gaining employment.
Transportation around the city of Nashville consists of the Music City Star Regional Rail Train, commuter buses, and taxi cabs. The Music City Star Rail Train makes trips between Lebanon, Tennessee and Nashville on weekdays during rush hours and one evening run on Fridays. The commuter buses offer service on several routes between Nashville and the surrounding areas. There are several taxi companies available to serve the transportation needs of its residents.
The property in Nashville is concentrated in three main areas: East Nashville, including the Opryland area, Midtown, close to "Music Row", and Downtown, including the business district. There are close to two hundred apartment complexes in lots of great neighborhoods to attract young, professional people. Some of the best neighborhoods are Hillsboro Village, East Nashville, Elliston Place, Green Hills, and Sylvan Park. There are plenty of luxury apartments with lots of amenities, but there are more affordable apartments as well. The more affordable housing property is further away from the Cumberland riverfront, such as in neighborhoods near the university campuses.
Nashville is an exciting place to be if a person is looking for a place to live that is always busy, always entertaining, and is at the center of country music. It is a beautiful city with great opportunities for people who want to relocate, further their education, or join its growing jobforce.