Vogue recently called East Nashville one of Nashville’s “coolest neighborhoods,” and with good reason. East Nashville continues to develop and grow at a rapid rate, drawing new residents and unique businesses to the area. Vibrant East Nashville has a little something for everyone from young professionals to artists and musicians. Often compared to New York’s East Village, East Nashville flaunts some of Nashville’s most unique local businesses, restaurants, and retail shops. Its eclectic vibe, walkability, and convenience to downtown makes East Nashville a wonderful neighborhood to call home.
In the area
Coming Soon to East Nashville
• August Moon Indoor Drive-in theater
o Proposed location: intersection of James Robertson Parkway and Interstate 24
o Proposed open date: Q2 2018
o Proposed location: 1100 Gallatin Ave.
o Proposed open date: summer 2019
• Hunter’s Station Campus Remodel
Patios, dog walk, outdoor dining and bocci ball court planned for flashy Hunters Custom Automotive location on Main Street
o Proposed location: 975 Main Street
o Proposed open date: 2018
• Twelve3South Recording Studio
o Proposed location: 305 E. Trinity Lane
o Proposed open date:
Core Development is dedicated to bringing energy, life and commerce to Nashville’s urban neighborhoods through adaptive reuse of buildings of character, and new construction designed to integrate with existing building neighborhoods.
In addition, Core is committed to superior architectural design, quality of product, and environmentally-friendly sustainable design. Over the years, Core has inspired more than 20 successful projects throughout Nashville’s urban core to include Werthan Lofts, 12th & Paris, Richland Station, and The Finery.