Nashville December 31, 2017
7 Ways Nashville Proves It’s The Little City That Could
Can we even call Nashville a little city any more…? It’s the most populous metropolis in Tennessee, and has been for a long while. Even Memphis can’t crack the reputation of our Music City behemoth. Over the last couple of years, transplants and tourists have flooded the city, bringing with them a cultural rejuvenation and impeccable drive that has bolstered local restaurant culture and gave businesses an influx of dedicated young professionals. Here’s a few reasons why our great city has exploded in the best way.
7. Nashville has been named the friendliest city in the country.
It's true- multiple times, in fact. It's that mix of southern charm and local know-how that keeps our city on the top edge of the business and social side of things.
6. It's also considered the best place to visit in your 20's.
If you need to plan a bachelorette party, this is your SPOT. There are also a ton of bars and gorgeous restaurants to frequent if you're planning on staying up late and enjoying the spoils of youth.
5. We're considered one of the top cities in the country for business growth.
Job growth statistics have been through the roof in recent years as more and more businesses such as Lyft and Asurion top the Nashville charts as some of the best places to work, bringing in talented folk from all over the nation. Also, it's been reported that residents only spend 27% of their income on housing. Even better!
4. Our NHL power rankings are unmatched.
Well, maybe they're matched - but the 2016-2017 were the highest yet for Nashville, spinning Music City into a hockey town after all.
3. Nashville has added hundreds of restaurants to the local scene since 2010.
It's been amazing to watch hip new spots pop up alongside our classic cafes and bbq joints, diversifying the city in the best possible way. Anything that gets our taste buds going is good for us!
2. Bridgestone Arena has been named one of the top sports venues in the nation.
Mainly because of its ease of access, the value and quality of the food and how fabulous it is to experience with family's. Bridgestone hosts everything from Preds games to world concert tours, so you're bound to find a great spot.
1. Nashville ranked as the #13 best city to live in across the United States.
For the jobs alone its tempting, but the cost of living and restaurant options are right up there on the list. Plus, the ease of travel from our mid-state is great for everyone.
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