Zeitlin SIR Interactive Relocation Guide

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DISCOVER NASHVILLE

R E L O C AT I O N G U I D E


WHO WE ARE

Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty was founded by Shirley Zeitlin in 1979. Originally named Shirley Zeitlin & Co., Realtors, the company’s mission was to build an organization of full-time professionals providing exceptional real estate representation. Today, the firm has more than 150 full-time Realtors with an established record of providing first-class service, by combining local expertise with a world-renowned brand. Additionally, Sotheby’s International Realty network includes 23,000 sales associates in approximately 1,000 offices spanning 71 countries and territories with a total of $112 billion in global sales. Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty is a locally owned family business with global reach through our affiliation with Sotheby’s International Realty. Each office is independently owned and operated. Deeply rooted in Middle Tennessee, Zeitlin Sotheby’s International Realty is committed to helping develop and sustain the city’s unique culture and sense of community. Zeitlin agents contribute to the Zeitlin Charitable Fund, which supports non-profit organizations that assist thousands of people living in underresourced areas in our region. Luxury is an experience, not a price point. Whether your definition of luxury is a beautiful view, a walkable lifestyle or the perfect entertaining space, our Realtors are highly qualified to help you identify the lifestyle you desire. From Green Hills to Germantown, Brentwood to Bellevue, Franklin to Forest Hills or even London to Lisbon, let us help you find your definition of luxury.

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Z E I T L I N S E TS T H E STA N DA R D

$712 million

$5.4 million

ANNUAL SALES VOLUME

ANNUAL SALES VOLUME PER REALTOR®

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AVERAGE OF 14 YEARS IN REAL ESTATE AND 11 YEARS TENURE

AMONGST THE HIGHEST RANKING COMPANIES IN MLS TOTAL SALES, LISTING AND SELLING VOLUME, AND NUMBER OF TRANSACTIONS

26% HOLD A BROKER’S LICENSE AND 56% HAVE ADVANCED CREDENTIALS

374%

MORE SALES VOLUME THAN AVERAGE REALTOR® IN MLS

218%

MORE TRANSACTIONS THAN AVERAGE REALTOR® IN MLS


RESOURCES WE’RE HERE TO HELP!

OUR TEAM Whether it’s an exciting new adventure or job, there are many reasons a person relocates. We understand that no matter how exciting it is, it’s also a very stressful time with many moving parts. Moving is not just from going to point A to B, but everything in between, and our selection of relocationtrained Realtors® are here to help.

KNOWLEDGE

RENT OR BUY?

Our agents are 100% committed, thoroughly trained and carefully selected. We give you the knowledge needed for the homebuying process, including local market data, moving logistics, and more!

We can assist you in comparing your options by offering lender Q&A, assisting with temporary housing and property viewing. We will help guide you through these important decisions.

LIFESTYLE MANAGEMENT Our team will offer Relocation counseling, discussing what matters most to you and prioritizing your wants and needs to find your ideal location and ensure a smooth transition.

TOURS

Our team offers customized tours and presentations to individuals as well as companies. We will give you in-depth community information and coordinate home-finding trips.

GREEN HILLS

BELLE MEADE

FRANKLIN

4301 Hillsboro Pike #100 Nashville, TN 37215

4535 Harding Pike #110 Nashville, TN 37205

580 Franklin Road #300 Franklin, TN 37069


WELCOME

Welcome to Middle Tennessee! Whether it be the diverse economy, no state income tax, global connectivity, or temperate climate that drew you to our area, we’re glad you’re here. Nashville boasts both small-town friendliness and the vision of a 21st century city that work together to provide a high quality of life for all its citizens. We hope you come to love the area as much as we do. Understandably, relocating to a new place can be stressful. Our relocation and corporate services are designed to help ease the process and meet the needs of transferring families and their employers.

PAIGE THOMPSON Vice President, Relocation 800.218.3557 paige.thompson@zeitlin.com

RELOCATION DEPARTMENT 4301 Hillsboro Pike #100 800.218.3557


FA V O R A B L E F O R E C A S T

PO PU L ATI ON P E R COU NT Y C H E AT H A M

40,439

DAV I DSO N

692,587

DI C KSO N

53,446

M AU RY

94,340

MO N TG O M E RY

205,950

SU M N E R

187,149

RO B E RTSO N

71,012

RU T H E R FO R D

324,890

W I L LI A M SO N

231,792

W I LSO N

140,625

V I E W M OR E STATS

AV ERAGE SUMMER TEMP ERATURE

89˚ AVERAGE SUNNY DAYS P ER Y E AR

208

AVERAGE WINTER TEMP ERATURE

46˚ AV ERAGE ANNUAL RAINFALL

47”


P O P U L A R D E S T I N AT I O N S

Downtown Broadway Ryman Auditorium Country Music Hall of Fame Downtown Broadway

Wildhorse Saloon “I Believe in Nashville” Mural Pancake Pantry The Parthenon Country Music Hall of Fame

Belle Meade Mansion Bluebird Cafe Cheekwood Estate and Gardens Grand Ole Opry

The Parthenon

Andrew Jackson’s Hermitage Jack Daniel’s Distillery Schermerhorn Symphony Frist Art Museum

Cheekwood Estate and Gardens

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ANNUAL EVENTS

J A N U A RY

F E B R U A RY

MARCH

N AS HV IL L E R ESTAU R A NT W E E K

P REDATOR GAMES

TASTE OF WILLIAM SO N

Local restaurateurs invite locals and visitors to enjoy special menus and dining deals around town.

Experience the hockey frenzy that has taken over Music City since the Predators advanced to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2017!

This annual community event features the area’s best food and drink and raises thousands for United Way of Williamson County.

J U LY

A U G U ST

SEPTEMBER

M US IC CIT Y JULY 4T H

LIVE ON THE GREEN

P ILGRIMAGE FEST I VAL

Nashville’s fireworks show is among the largest in the country with a grandiose 30-minute show along the Cumberland River!

This free outdoor music festival showcases the city’s emerging musical talent and highlights wellknown national acts.

Over 50,000 music lovers gather in Franklin to experience a lineup of 60 popular artists covering many musical genres.

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ANNUAL EVENTS

APRIL

M AY

JUNE

SOU NDS OP ENI NG GA M E

GULCH NIGHT MARKET

CMA FEST

Gather to watch the great American pastime, eat ballpark hotdogs, enjoy the outdoor bar, and even play some miniature golf.

These energetic nights curate a mix of retailers and local artisans to create a unique experience in the heart of the Gulch.

Top performers in the country music industry put on shows all over downtown Nashville for an unforgettable festival.

O C TO B E R

N OV E M B E R

D EC E M B E R

NAS HV I L L E O K TOB E R FEST

OPRYL AND RESORT CHRISTMAS

DICKENS OF A CHRI ST M AS

Four-day Germantown celebration of traditional live entertainment, food and beer, a 5k, bratwurst eating contest, pup parade and more!

A holiday spectacular with more than 3 million holiday lights and acres of fabulous decorations.

This Charles Dickens recreation with 200 musicians, dancers and characters was voted a top holiday destination in the country!

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The Legendary and Famous COUNTRY MUSIC AND BEYOND

RYMAN AUDITORIUM

M US I C C I T Y Nashville’s foundation was built on music and has been woven into the fabric and instilled into the heart of the city ever since. From early settlers playing fiddle tunes along the Cumberland River and Nashville’s first celebrity David Crockett, to now celebrating every style of live music, Nashville has grown to become a national center for music publishing and the songwriting capital of the world. Nashville’s renowned Ryman Auditorium and Grand Ole Opry host performers of classic rock, indie, folk, bluegrass, jazz, pop, reggae, and of course, every era of country music. Not surprisingly, Music City has more professional musicians than any other city in the world.

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GRAND OLE OPRY


E N T E R TA I N M E N T

Downtown Broadway Honky Tonks Bluebird Cafe Frist Art Museum Tennessee Performing Arts Center Nashville Zoo at Grassmere Country Music Hall of Fame Ascend Amphitheater Bridgestone Arena Schermerhorn Symphony Adventure Science Center

THINGS TO DO


SPORTS SPRING & SUMMER

NASH V IL L E SO U NDS Established in 1978 and named for the city’s association with the music industry, the Nashville Sounds is the city’s oldest active professional sports franchise. The Sounds play in the Pacific Coast League and currently are affiliated with the Texas Rangers. A brand new stadium home was built in 2015 and now seats 10,000 fans. Thousands of fans attend spring season to catch the great American pastime while enjoying a ballpark dog, and can even play a round of miniature golf during the seventh inning stretch.

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NASHV I LLE SOCCER CLUB As this sport continues to grow in popularity here in the states it’s the beginning of a new era for soccer in Nashville. Making its debut in 2018, the professional Major League Soccer (MLS) team, Nashville Soccer Club, held its first match at the First Tennessee Park to a crowd of thousands long-awaiting Music City fans.

Picture provided by Nashville Soccer Club

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SPORTS FALL & WINTER

NASH V IL L E P R E DATO RS Founded in 1998, the Nashville Predators professional ice hockey team based in the city are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). The Predators face off at Bridgestone Arena, among the busiest arenas in the world, and have sold out every game going back to April 2016. After just five seasons, the Predators qualified for their first Stanley Cup playoffs and advanced to their first Stanley Cup Finals in 2017.

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T ENNESSEE T I TANS Once known as the Houston Oilers, the franchise relocated to Music City in 1998 and was renamed the Titans in 1999, playing to a sold out stadium of fans ever since. The Titans new name served as a nod to Nashville’s nickname of “The Athens of the South” for its large number of higherlearning institutions, classical architecture, and the only full-scale replica of the Parthenon. The Titans play in the American Football Conference (AFC) of the National Football League (NFL) and earned a place in sports history, playing in Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000.

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N AT U R E , PA R K S & R E C R E AT I O N

Percy & Edwin Warner Parks Natchez Trace Radnor Lake State Park Centennial Park Sevier Park Shelby Bottoms Greenway Cumberland Park Bicentennial Park Old Hickory Lake Percy Priest Lake

Photos provided by Nashville Parks & Recreation


N AT U R E , PA R K S & R E C R E AT I O N

MID D LE TE NNESSE E O U TDO O RS Although noted as one of the fastest growing cities thriving into an urban metropolis, Nashville appreciates the importance of green space and the great outdoors. With moderate climate all year long, Nashville and the surrounding suburban communities are all about preserving some of these quintessential landscapes, including shaded paths, designated dog parks and greenway trails along dozens of public parks. Within short distances from Music City’s many neighborhoods, it’s easy to find somewhere to picnic, play, walk, run, bike and hike. There are many treasured spots where visitors can embrace the natural beauty of the state and spend hours enjoying the many community centers, history museums and even public golf courses. Thankfully, the greenway system has been expanding while increasing the connectivity all around the city, where everyone can enjoy frequenting farmer’s markets, food trucks and music festivals.

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DAV I D S O N C O U N T Y One of the fastest growing and most populated counties in the state seems to have it all. The downtown is an entertainment epicenter making this a go-to area for lovers of urban living and easy access to everything, including 24/7 live music, a bustling nightlife, trendy boutiques, coffee shops, bars and upscale restaurants. A vibrant environment, it’s undeniably one of the most popular hot spots with a variety of styles ranging from modern/contemporary homes, condos and lofts, and high-rise living with lots of new construction options. The outskirts of the city are filled with popular university neighborhoods, walking and biking trails, lakes, art centers, pristine green space, dog parks and community and art festivals. Davidson County suburban living is full of elegant, sophisticated and historical areas. Housing styles include stately Tudors and Estate homes to more modern and contemporary structures. You’ll see 1960s ranches on large lots along with Cape Cod and craftsman style homes surrounded by beautiful mature trees.

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POPULAR AREAS •

12 South

East Nashville

Midtown

Belle Meade

Edgehill

Melrose

Bellevue

Forest Hills

Nations

Berry Hill

Germantown

Sylvan Park

Charlotte Park

Green Hills

Wedgewood Houston

Crieve Hall

Gulch

West End

Downtown

Hillsboro Village

West Meade

SHOPPING, DINING + FUN Acme Feed & Seed Adventure Science Center Gaylord Orpyland Hotel General Jackson Showboat Loveless Cafe

Mall at Green Hills Monell’s Cafe Museum of African American Music Nashville’s Farmer’s Market Opry Mills Shopping Center

Pancake Pantry Robert’s Western World Tennessee State Museum Union Station . . .and more !


WILLIAMSON COUNTY The most affluent county in the state, Williamson County is known for its outstanding public schools, strong business climate and abundant amenities There is no shortage of happenings as residents enjoy concerts in the park, local farmers markets and plenty of community activities. Recently named one of the best places to live, Franklin is rooted in history yet full of terrific restaurants and boutiques, and the pedestrian-friendly downtown is chock full of celebrations, parades and music festivals. Historic homes of character along with new construction, Tudors, townhouses, farmhouses and Craftsman style homes can all be found here. Take a leisurely drive outside of downtown Franklin into the lush, rolling countryside and you’ll pass charming farmhouses, expansive estates and the Natchez Trace Parkway, a national historic treasure. Rural Williamson County is certainly a delight for nature lovers with a variety of more affordable housing and land options in a quiet, delightful and convenient country environment.

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Brentwood

Fairview

Nolensville

College Grove

Franklin

Thompson’s Station

Cool Springs

Leiper’s Fork

SHOPPING, DINING + FUN Arrington Vineyards Cool Springs Galleria Downtown Franklin Walking Tours The Factory Franklin Farmer’s Market

Franklin Theatre Gray’s on Main Herban Market Kilwin’s Candy Store Mere Bulles Restaurant

The Perch Puckett’s Red Pony White’s Mercantile ...and more!



MAURY COUNTY

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Columbia | Mount Pleasant | Williamsport Known for its old southern charm and small town feel, Maury County has emerged as an important tourist center as this area welcomes a larger number of visitors than any other rural county in Tennessee. Columbia, the county seat, was recently voted “best small town” by Southern Living. Visitors flock to Columbia for the annual Mule Day celebration and visit the large number of historical sites scattered throughout the county, including the James K. Polk Home and the Athenaeum. Nearby is Rattle and Snap, built for George Polk in 1845; this National Historic Landmark is considered one of the great houses in North America. You will find a wide variety of everything from traditional homes and planned developments to traditional small-town neighborhoods, affordable townhomes, and new construction on several acres of rich farmland and Antebellum homes.

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EXP LORE HOMES

EXP LORE SCHO O LS

SHOPPING, DINING + FUN Bleu 32 Canoe and Kayak on Duck River Carter’s Creek Station Columbia Arts District Columbia Creek Station Columbia Farmer’s Fresh Market

The Faded Farmhouse The Fainting Goat Coffee JJ’s Barbecue Joie’s Maury County Park Omega Market & Diner

President James K. Polk Home & Museum Puckett’s River Terrace Riverwalk Park Dam Square Market Cafe ...and more!


RUTHERFORD COUNTY M u r f r e e s b o r o | S m y r n a | L a Ve r g n e Because of its exact geographic center location in the state, Rutherford is nicknamed the “Heart of Tennessee” with antiques, boutiques, gift shops, and malls abound. Anyone who enjoys quiet, closeknit communities with plenty of outdoor activities will find this area an attractive place to call home. Percy Priest Lake, for example, offers hiking, swimming, boating and fishing. Overall, this area is an ideal place for prospective homebuyers in the market for a home in pleasant, affordable suburbs, new construction, townhomes, brick ranch homes, and even large estates.

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SHOPPING, DINING + FUN The Alley on Main The Avenue Murfreesboro Shopping Cannonsburgh Village The Country Gourmet The Discovery Center

The Goat The Grumpy Bookpeddler Karin’s Kustard & Hamburgers Lee Victory Recreation Park Mayday Bewery

Oaklands Historic House Museum Quinn’s Mercantile Stones River National Battlefield Sugarees ...and more!

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WILSON COUNTY M t . J u l i e t | Le b a n o n | Wa t e r t o w n Wilson County offers the best of both worlds – easy access to the bustling city and the beautiful Tennessee countryside. It’s located directly east of Nashville, and it’s home to three major towns — Lebanon, Mt. Juliet, and Watertown. As a big plus, the schools are well-respected in the state. The well-known liberal arts college, Cumberland University, is only a short trip from Wilson County. Wilson County has plenty of outdoor activities too. At Cedars of Lebanon State Park, you can hike, picnic, see a variety of wildlife, and even go horseback riding. In Mt. Juliet, you’ll find Charlie Daniels Park, which boasts an amphitheater, playground, park for toddlers, skate park and a walking track. You’ll have your choice of home styles where homes come with the added benefit of a few acres of land. Prospective homebuyers will find plenty of smaller homes, brick ranch-style homes and even million-dollar estates.

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SHOPPING, DINING + FUN Baird Municipal Parks Bay’s Southern Breads Cahoots Dancehall & Honkytonk Calabria Brickoven Pizzeria Cedars of Lebanon State Park

Charlie Daniels Park Don Fox Community Park The Goat Granny’s Kitchen Lebanon Outlet Marketplace

Providence Marketplace Snow White Drive In Whiskey River Bar & Grill Wilson County Fair ...and more!


SUMNER COUNTY

Hendersonville | Goodlettsville | Gallatin Although this county stretches up to the Kentucky border, a large part of the area is located just northeast of Nashville. Homebuyers may live only a short drive to the action of downtown Nashville but gain the benefit of the peaceful, quiet neighborhoods in this area. Outdoor enthusiasts, for example, will find this community a dream. Avid hikers, campers, boaters and fishermen frequent Bledsoe Creek State Park near Gallatin. Old Hickory Lake is one of the most popular recreational lakes in Tennessee known for fishing, camping and boating. In addition, the Old Hickory Wildlife Management Area provides a welcoming site for bird watching. And at the Wynnewood State Historic Site in Castalian Springs, you can visit the biggest log structure in all of Tennessee. Let’s not forget the Historic Rock Castle! This fast growing area is chock-full of suburban community planned neighborhoods where you will often find new construction.

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EXP LORE HOMES

EX P LORE SCHO O LS

SHOPPING, DINING + FUN Authentic Coffee Company Creek State Park Moby Dick’s Hendersonville Monthaven Arts & Cultural Center Old Hickory Lake

Palace Theater Rock Castle Rockland Recreation Area The Rudder at Anchor High Marina The Streets of Indian Lake Shopping

Sumner County Museum Swaney Swift’s on the Square Towne Square Records & Comics Wynnewood State Historic Site ...and more!


ROBERTSON COUNTY

Greenbrier | Springfield | Adams | Orlinda This county, named in honor of James Robertson (“The Father of Middle Tennessee” and founder of Nashborough which would later become Nashville) is a wonderful hybrid of rural and suburban areas. Whether you are coming to the “Turning of the Pig” event in Greenbrier, to “Trash and Treasures” in Cross Plains or in search of the Bell Witch in Adams, you will always find a warm, inviting and genuine group of residents. The county seat, Springfield, is moments away from some of the most beautiful and productive farmlands. No doubt, rehab opportunities abound in this area, making it an affordable option for those who enjoy suburban or rural living.

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SHOPPING, DINING + FUN BS Brew Works Depot Bar & Grill J I Baldwin & Son Pit Barbecu J. Tracis Price Park

Larry’s Restaurant The Master’s Table Orlinda General Store Public House

Swezey’s Pub Thomas Drugs Willie Mae’s BBQ ...and more!


C H E AT H A M C O U N T Y

Pegram | Kingston Springs | Ashland City | Pleasant View This area is widely known for its terrain of rolling hills, captivating forestry and abundant hollows where rivers and creeks flow. Its largest, the Cumberland River, is joined by numerous other streams in this rural area, including the Harpeth River, Sycamore, Half Pone, Barton, Marrow Bone, Brush and Sam’s creeks. Although it feels hours away from any urban life, you can hop on two major interstates that cross the county and arrive in downtown Nashville in 30 minutes. You will notice homes nestled in the woods on large acreage and find numerous new construction townhomes and single family dwellings.

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SHOPPING, DINING + FUN Ashland City Merchantile Ashland City’s Summerfest Fillin’ Station Foggy Bottom Canoe & Kayak

Leatherwood Distillery Mama D’s Home Cooking Narrows of the Harpeth O’Brien’s Southern Diner

Pleasant View Veterans Memorial Riverview Restaurant & Marina Skyking Pizza Sweet T’s Ice Cream & Food ...and more!

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MONTGOMERY COUNTY Clarksville Clarksville, the county seat, is situated on the Cumberland River and lies on the Highland Plateau. The Cumberland and Red Rivers and their numerous tributaries have carved out valleys, plateaus and ridges throughout this rural area. Located on its border is the military Army Base, Fort Campbell, known as a “World Class Community Base” and home to the 101st Airborne Division and the 160th Special Operations Aviation Regiment. You will find a huge range of affordable large track planned communities with all the desired amenities to generational family farms that have stood proudly well over a century.

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EX P LORE HOMES

EX P LORE SCHO O LS

SHOPPING, DINING + FUN As the River Flows Museum Beachaven Vineyards & Winery Catfish House Customs House Museum Dunbar Cave State Park

Governor’s Square Mall Kelly’s Big Burger Kings Bluff Liberty Park Liberty Park Grill

McGregor Park Riverwalk Miss Lucille’s Cafe & Marketplace Rotary Park Warehouse Concert Lounge ...and more!


DICKSON COUNTY

Dickson | White Bluff | Charlotte Living in Dickson County offers residents a peaceful rural feel. Its biggest claim to fame is the magnificently stunning Montgomery Bell State Park equipped with a conference center, on-site restaurant, quaint inn and environmentally-friendly modern cabins for rent. The campground of nearly 100 campsites shares this natural space with native Tennessee wildlife. Many flock to this area to enjoy the open sky to stargaze, build campfires and roast marshmallows at night and hike, bike and walk the winding trails during the day all in an effort to escape the hustle and bustle of urban living. Known for a lower cost of living, you can buy a little bit more house and land per acre than in the city. You will find board-and-batten farmhouses, all brick ranchers as well as new construction on five acre lots in neighborhoods nestled between lakes and cedar trees.

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SHOPPING, DINING + FUN Catfish Kitchen Court Side Cafe High Cotton Antique Store Historic Charlotte Square

Montgomery Bell State Park Old Spencer Mill Renaissance Center Salt and Pepper Grill

Sisters Stuffy’s Frosty Jug Wall’s BBQ and Restaurant Zander’s Woodfired Pizza ...and more!


E D U C AT I O N Nashville is known as the “Athens of the South” for having established numerous higher education institutions. The Middle Tennessee area has more than 20 colleges and universities that call this area home. Here’s a start to exploring the educational culture in and around the Nashville area.

Belmont University Belmont is known for its top-rated music programs and many famous artist alumni, drawing more than 8,400 students who represent every state and more than 36 countries. This private university is located just two miles from downtown Nashville.

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Va n d e r b i l t U n i v e r s i t y Founded in 1873 with a $1 million gift from Cornelius Vanderbilt to establish an institution that would, “contribute to strengthening the ties that should exist between all sections of our common country.” Today, Vanderbilt is a globally renowned research university and resides on a parklike campus set in the heart of Nashville.

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Fisk University Founded in 1866, shortly after the end of the Civil War, this historically black university is the oldest institution of higher learning in Nashville. With a national reputation for academic excellence and the large percentage of students who complete graduate or professional degrees, alumni are known to become leaders and scholars in their fields.

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Lipscomb University As a private, Christian liberal arts institution located in the heart of Nashville, Lipscomb is committed to developing students whose academic excellence, faith and practice reflect the ideas of global citizenship. With a holistic approach in education, Lipscomb emphasis on faithintegrated experiences and curriculum.

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Tre v e c c a N a z a re n e U n i v e r s i t y Founded in 1901, Trevecca is committed to holistic education, encouraging students to grow intellectually, socially, emotionally, physically and spiritually. Located approximately one mile from thriving downtown Nashville, Trevecca provides a liberal arts education.

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Te n n e s s e e S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y Founded in 1912, TSU is a comprehensive, urban, coeducational, land-grant institution. It is home to two Nashville locations: the 500-acre main campus nestled in a beautiful residential neighborhood along the Cumberland River, and the downtown Avon Williams campus near the center of Nashville’s business and government district.

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M i d d l e Te n n e s s e e S t a t e U n i v e r s i t y MTSU is more than 120 years old with a total undergraduate enrollment of over 19,000 students. This public university in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, is composed of more than 80 degree programs through more than 35 departments and is most prominently known for its Recording Industry, Aerospace and Music programs. Photo provided by MTSU

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Columbia State Community College CSCC is a two-year, public community college located in the rural setting of Columbia, Tennessee, with a new satellite campus in Williamson County. It’s also a proud participant of the Tennessee Promise providing Tennessee high school students and home school graduates the opportunity to attend two years free of tuition and fees.

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BN A AI RL I NE CARRI E RS

BNA N ON -STOP DESTINATIONS Atlanta Austin Baltimore Boston Cancun Charleston Charlotte Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland Columbus Dallas Denver Detroit Ft. Lauderdale Ft. Myers Grand Bahama

Greenville, MS Houston Jacksonville Kansas City Las Vegas London Los Angeles Miami Minneapolis Muscle Shoals New Orleans New York Newark Oakland Orlando Panama City Pensacola

Philadelphia Phoenix Pittsburgh Punta Cana Raleigh Salt Lake City San Antonio San Diego San Fransisco Seattle St. Louis Tampa Tupelo Toronto Washington D.C.

Air Canada American Airlines Delta Frontier Southwest United Vacation Express Alaska Airlines Contour Airlines JetBlue WestJet British Airways Allegiant Sun Country Airlines


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GETTING T HE R E I S HA LF T HE F U N

Nashville is an easy-to-access, central location for many major cities in the South, Northwest and Midwest. In fact, 75 percent of the U.S. market is within a two-hour flight or 550 mile drive. Whether you’re looking for a fun weekend road trip, or for family or friends to visit you in Nashville, there are many options along the way. Here’s a list of cities you can easily drive to under 8.5 hours.

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CITY MILES DRIVE TIME

Huntsville, AL

115 Miles

2:00 HR

Little Rock, AR

350 Miles

5:00 HR

Chattanooga, TN

130 Miles

2:10 HR

Columbus, OH

375 Miles

5:40 HR

Louisville, KY

175 Miles

2:30 HR

Charlotte, NC

410 Miles

6:30 HR

Knoxville, TN

180 Miles

2:50 HR

Jackson, MS

415 Miles

6:00 HR

Birmingham, AL

190 Miles

2:50 HR

30A, Panama City, FL

455 Miles

7:20 HR

Memphis, TN

210 Miles

3:10 HR

Chicago, IL

470 Miles

7:00 HR

Atlanta, GA

250 Miles

4:00 HR

Savannah, GA

495 Miles

7:30 HR

Cincinnati, OH

270 Miles

4:00 HR

Cleveland, OH

520 Miles

7:45 HR

Montgomery, AL

280 Miles

4:10 HR

New Orleans, LA

530 Miles

7:45 HR

Indianapolis, IN

290 Miles

4:20 HR

Kansas City, MO

550 Miles

8:00 HR

Asheville, NC

295 Miles

4:40 HR

Charleston, SC

550 Miles

8:30 HR

St. Louis, MO

300 Miles

4:30 HR

Pittsburgh, PA

560 Miles

8:30 HR


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