5th & Broadway
The original Convention Center in downtown Nashville is being transformed into a dynamic mixed-use development featuring retail, residential, office, dining and entertainment by prominent developers. As the concept stands today, in addition to its office and residential towers, it will feature a new modern hotel conference center, approximately 180,000 square feet of retail and dining space, an additional 35,000 square feet slotted for an entertainment venue, and approximately 40,000 square feet set aside for the previously announced National Museum of African American Music.
Located in the very heart of a thriving, artistically vibrant city, the most forward-thinking ideas will be used in order to attract the best to Nashville. This a project that not only enhances downtown’s retail, but extends and amplifies its world class entertainment offerings, its residential options, and meeting and office solutions.
Music Row - Midtown
Home appreciation is expected to rocket in Nashville this year by 4.3 percent, while incomes recently grew by 1.1 percent
Nashville is followed in housing market hotness by Seattle; Provo, UT; and Orlando on Zillow’s list of hottest markets for 2017.
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Housing Market Trends
Market trends help you understand the movement of key price indicators. Trends in Nashville show a 5% year-over-year rise in median sales price and a 3% rise in median rent per month.