Nashville, the Nashvegas is a true music city having charming nightlife and an electronic vibe. This city of Tennessee is known as the “Songwriters Capital in The World”, sometimes Cashville and Athens of the South.
Living cost, renting an apartment in Nashville, amenities cost are also in an affordable limit.
If you are decided to live in this alluring city, the following advantages and disadvantages will surely help you to make your decision easier.
We don’t make this complex, just added some of the basic pros and cons that you will not get confused.
Pros of Living in Nashville
1. Coffee Shops
Literally, you don’t need to search or find a coffee shop in Nashville when you would like to take a cup of coffee after a break. Why? Because in Nashville, Coffee shops are everywhere. You will definitely appreciate these superb coffee shops around the city.
Among all other coffee shops, we recommended Barista Parlor which is one of the most popular shops in this city. It has five branches in the city having a warm ambiance. Some of the notable shops are Crema, an award-winning coffee shop and Ugly Mugs where you will find live music.
2. Low Unemployment ratio
Nashville is one of the fastest-growing cities in the USA with as low as 2% of the unemployment rate. The boom of the economy for this city opens a lot of job opportunities for their residents and outsiders as well.
For young professionals, this city is a blessing. Lots of opportunities and scopes are opened for them in recent years.
3. Extremely Enjoyable Music Scene
Nashville is the home of the state’s top music venues and you already know that this city is known as the “Songwriters Capital in the World”. This is the home of country music and you will find music and musical performances everywhere in this city. Recording studios exist everywhere in this music city.
Cons of Living in Nashville
1. Lack of public transportation
This the foremost drawback that we found in our research. Compared to the other major cities Nashville’s public transportation which is based on mainly WeGo Public Transit is a bus line only and not covered the whole city. Compare to its fast growth it should have some other transport facilities like streetcars, train system, etc.
2. Excessive Traffic
Think twice before moving to Nashville if you hate traffic. As we just mentioned that the city doesn’t provide adequate transportation people use their cars to drive to different destinations, workstations, medical centers, bars and educational institutes. This city is considered as one of the most levels of car congestion.
The situation is already at an extreme level, in a study we found that the residents of this city stuck in traffic for an average of 34 hours in the metro region. The more people move to this city scenario will worst for sure.
U-haul, the USA’s giant in moving and storage recently declares that in 2020, more people moved to Tennessee than any other states like Texas or Florida. And, most of the people basically settled in Nashville. So, this is clear that Nashville becomes a popular destination for moving nowadays.