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Nashville, TN

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Nashville, the capital of Tennessee, is home to over 630,000 people. Nashville was named the Friendliest City in America for three years running. Nashville's music scene has been called the best in America by Rolling Stone Magazine. The city has also been mentioned as one of the top 15 U.S. cities for work and family by Fortune magazine, as well as being named by Forbes magazine as one of the 25 U.S. cities expected to experience a job boom in the coming decade.

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Post Ridge Apartments
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Hillmeade Apartments
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865 Bellevue Apartments
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Grande View
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Lenox Village Town Center
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Getting Around in Nashville, TN

Nashville's most popular form of getting from one place to another is by car. However, the city's public transportation system, the Nashville MTA, has won the Federal Transit Administration MegaSTAR Award, and has been mentioned as one of the Top 10 Most Improved Transit Systems in the US. Nashville has been making great strides in becoming more bike-friendly, installing bike lanes in various areas throughout the city. Pedestrians will want to live near areas with these features, like downtown. Nashville is serviced by MegaBus, as well as most major airlines at Nashville International Airport.

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Music City

<p>With musical landmarks like the Grand Ole Opry, the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Ryman Auditorium, the legendary Broadway honky-tonk bars, and RCA Studio B, Nashville has deservedly earned the nickname Music City, U.S.A. There are over 130 music venues of all genres currently operating in Nashville. Nashville has also been known as the "Songwriting Capital of the World", as many country, pop, and folk singer-songwriters made their names here first. Many popular musicians have called Nashville home, including Jack White, Sheryl Crow, Dolly Parton, Billy Ray and Miley Cyrus, Alan Jackson, Kenny Chesney, Brad Paisley, Ben Folds, Taylor Swift, and the Kings of Leon.</p>

Nashville Recreation

<p>There is no shortage of all-ages fun in Nashville! If you are a sports fan, you have professional football events courtesy of the Tennessee Titans, or Nashville Predators hockey. With over thirty colleges in the area, there are plenty of opportunities to attend various sporting events. With the Nashville Zoo, Nashville Children's Theater, Vanderbilt's Dyer Observatory, the Adventure Science Center, The Discovery Center at Murfree Spring Children's Museum, the Cheekwood Botanical Gardens, Bicentennial Mall, and even an old-fashioned Rail Ride to Watertown that includes a period "train robbery," there is no shortage of activities or entertainment in Nashville.</p>

The Arts

<p>The Frist Center for the Visual Arts is one of the leading museums in the area, with touring exhibitions from around the globe. For purchasing art, check out the First Saturday Art Crawl. Residents enjoy cultural events like the Music City Soul Series of concerts during Black History Month, the Country Music Marathon (where live bands play for runners, wheelers, and walkers as they finish the race), and the CMA Music Awards.</p>