Downtown Nashville is the epicenter of the city's entertainment industry, as well as the heart of its business center. With cranes dotting the skyline, Nashville’s downtown is rapidly changing to attract more major businesses to the area. New developments are seemingly announced daily one of the hottest growing cities in the nation. Nashville’s city council appears determined to make the Downtown area a place for people to live and work rather than a tourist attraction for out-of-towners.
"Downtown Nashville offers creative office space and traditional options typically at lower cost than surrounding areas. Parking is a challenge, but the urban environment is appealing to many businesses."
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Within just a couple blocks you can go from the famed ‘honky-tonk’ bars to the Bridgestone Arena and the Frist Center for Visual Arts.
All the walking amenities come at some price. Parking remains a cost (averaging $100+/monthly space) for businesses that make downtown home.
Given downtown's central location, a number of businesses have chosen downtown for access to other businesses and organizations.
See how Nashville office space neighborhoods compare to each other. Click each name for more details.
|Average Rent||Vacancy Rate||Parking||Walkability|
|Downtown||$20 - $24/SF||13.5%|
|Music Row||$24 - $28/SF||5%|
|West End||$24 - $26/SF||3%|
|Berry Hill||$18 - $22/SF||8%|
|East Nashville||$18 -22/SF||7%|
|21st Ave||$22 - $24/SF||10%|
|SoBro||$20 - $24/SF||5%|
|Gulch||$28 - $35/SF||5%|
|Green Hills||$22 - $24/SF||7%|
|Brentwood||$22 - $24/SF||2.5%|
|Cool Springs/Franklin||$24 - $26/SF||2%|
|Airport||$18 - $20/SF||12.5%|
*Updated periodically. All data is based on information compiled by TenantBase, Inc. from sources we deem reliable. Information has not been verified, is not guaranteed, and is subject to change.