If your image of Nashville is the Grand Ole Opry and honky tonks, then this is probably the spot you’re envisioning. It’s also the place where you can live in a high-rise condominium or converted historic building and go completely urban.
Downtown Nashville has become a true urban center. Office towers, grocery shopping, a massive public library, workout facilities, world class theatre, booming nightlife, and art galleries make it a great place to live and work.
Riverside is not a neighborhood but a street. However, it is emerging as its own location. It goes from Shelby Park through all of East Nashville, and has a grassy median and bike lane much of the way.