Nashville is Music City, but it's also the health-care capital of the U.S., home to some 300 health-related companies. The city has more than two dozen higher education institutions including the renowned Vanderbilt University. Professional sports teams play in the heart of the downtown. The vibrant economy also draws young professionals downtown – one reason the city ranked number 36 on our list of the 50 Best Cities for Entrepreneurs.
Nashville attracts visitors with its music, food, culture and Southern hospitality, making it one of the hottest tourist destinations in the country.
Nashville's best live music venues include The Bluebird Cafe, The Exit/In, F. Scott's Restaurant and Jazz Bar, and more.
Nashville has emerged as one of the nation's great places to live and work.
Nashville offers a variety of neighborhoods and includes historic homes, to farmland, and also downtown lofts.
Nashville, TN City Profile
Nashville, Real Estate
Nashville, TN Demographics
Population By Gender
|Age 18 Over||78.4|
|Age 21 Over||74.1|
|Age 62 Over||13.5|
|Age 65 Over||10.7|
|Median Household Income||47621|
|Median Home Price||167500|
|Median Property Rent||872|
|Worked at Home||4.6|