By Kara Sherrer
Nashville is a city on the rise. Tourists from around the globe are visiting the Music City in droves. Estimates vary, but anywhere between 50 and 100 people move to city everyday. With a vibrant and distinctive culture, booming entertainment scene and business environment, and a two-hour flight away from nine of the top 10 metro areas in the country, Nashville’s growing prominence is no fluke.
Vanderbilt’s 330+ acre campus, home to the Owen Graduate School of Management, is located in the heart of the city. Students at Vanderbilt Business have a plethora of living options at their fingertips, from high-rise apartments near bars to standalone houses by parks.
We’ve outlined the general boundaries of Nashville’s most popular areas, capturing their distance from campus; the general atmosphere; notable landmarks; food, drink, and entertainment offering; and living options. Explore the Music City below.
Please note that neighborhood boundaries are only approximate.