Riddled with delicious eateries, East Nashville is home to more than 50 different food types, all within minutes of the neighborhood rentals. With centrally-positioned shopping malls, East Nashville caters to families. In case you need to expand your search for a new pad, even more apartments are available for rent in the nearby neighborhoods of North Nashville and North Rhodes.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
To mention just a few of the dining cuisines in the East Nashville, the list includes pizza, deli snacks and barbecue. Stop in at Lipstick Lounge for a quick beer or head to Ringside Pub for a round of cocktails, and experience the neighborhood's local options. Sometimes food that is fast or familiar is all that will do. In such cases, Wing Street is around the proverbial corner.
Residents looking for stress relief can easily find time to take care of themselves, with options such as Gym 5 and Cross Fit Six Fifteen in the nearby vicinity.
Check out the Yelp page for a more comprehensive list of places to dine, drink, and play in East Nashville.
East Nashville has a number of grocery stores, including Creation Gardens and Madison Inglewood Market. For specialty foods, East Nashville has one main market, Nature's Sunshine Products Inc. On top of that, the neighborhood is home to a few more universally familiar grocer chain stores, such as Mapco Express.
East Nashville has many retailers for day-to-day shopping needs, including Happy Japan and Nashville Discount Tobacco. Kals Discount Tobacco & Deli is also located in the East Nashville neighborhood, making day-to-day shopping convenient for residents.
Schools and School Districts
Schools near the apartments in East Nashville are Baxter Alternative Learning Center, Brick Church Middle School and Cotton Elementary School. Remember, the most significant factor in determining what schools your children are able to attend is an apartment's address. It is a good idea to consult with area school districts for the final word on what schools your children will attend.
The Sumner County district has 27 elementary schools, 11 middle schools and 10 high schools, and the ratio of students to teachers is more favorable than Wilson County. Sumner County district also has a smaller population of students than Wilson County. Sumner County district has a higher Great Schools score and more blue ribbon schools than the Wilson County district.
Neighborhood Demographics and Costs of Living
To help you make budgeting decisions, it's probably good to know that East Nashville's cost of living is about 42% higher than in nearby North Nashville. On average a household in East Nashville spends $55.0K/year in total expenditures. Compare these expenses to those of North Nashville, which come to around $38.7K/year.
The neighborhood of North Nashville is somewhat different from East Nashville in terms of median age and household size, although comparable by percentage of households with children. In East Nashville the median age is 32, while in North Nashville it's 25. The average household size for the neighborhood is 2.26 people, and it's 2.39 people in North Nashville. Of households in East Nashville and North Nashville, 31% and 34% have children, respectively.
At $70.9K, the average income level in East Nashville is significantly higher than that of North Nashville's, which stands at $41.5K.