Apartments for rent in Nashville, TN

645 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee 37209
Pet Friendly
(129 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,245+Only 2 units left
2 Beds$1,572+Only 2 units left
3 Beds$1,889+
Current Rent Specials
Updated 14 hours ago
(615) 431-8278

West End

9 City Place, Nashville, Tennessee 37209
1 Bed$1,620+
2 Beds$2,450+
Current Rent Specials
Updated 5 hours ago
(615) 922-3386

7100 Sonya Dr, Nashville, Tennessee 37209
Pet Friendly
1 Bed$1,048+5 units left
2 Beds$1,193+
3 Beds$1,503+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 14 hours ago
(615) 216-7773

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Green Hills

420 Elmington Avenue Suite 1700, Nashville, Tennessee 37205
(1 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,315+
2 Beds$1,665+
3 Beds$2,250+
Current Rent Specials
Top Rated
(615) 873-2189

909 Rosa L Parks Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee 37208
Studio$1,365+Only 3 units left
1 Bed$1,404+
2 Beds$1,863+
Current Rent Specials
Updated 20 hours ago
(844) 635-2627

Four Corners

3562 Pin Hook Rd, Antioch, Tennessee 37013
1 Bed$1,181+5 units left
2 Beds$1,380+Only 3 units left
3 Beds$1,591+Only 2 units left
Current Rent Specials
Updated 2 days ago
(615) 410-2436

West End

2400 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
1 Bed$1,009+
2 Beds$1,762+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 14 hours ago
(615) 645-6185

865 Bellevue Rd, Nashville, Tennessee 37221
(807 Ratings)
1 Bed$997+
2 Beds$1,101+
3 Beds$1,499+6 units available
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 15 hours ago
(615) 216-8439

West End

2200 State Street, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Pet Friendly
1 Bed$1,400+
2 Beds$2,450+
Current Rent Specials
(615) 420-4365

West End

208 21st Avenue S, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Studio$1,620+5 units left
1 Bed$1,655+5 units left
2 Beds$2,985+5 units left
3 Beds$4,452+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 5 hours ago
(615) 647-8563

2828 Old Hickory Boulevard, Nashville, Tennessee 37221
Pet Friendly
(3 Ratings)
1 Bed$953+
2 Beds$1,238+
3 Beds$1,528+9 units available
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 14 hours ago
(615) 216-8344

8th Ave South

777 8th Avenue S, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Pet Friendly
Please Call
StudioPlease Call
1 BedPlease Call
2 BedsPlease Call
Current Rent Specials
Updated 10 hours ago
(615) 523-3171

600 11th Ave. N, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
1 Bed$1,660+
2 Beds$2,160+
3 Beds$3,873+9 units available
Current Rent Specials
Updated 5 hours ago
(615) 267-3738

6800 Highway 70 S, Nashville, Tennessee 37221
(750 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,169+6 units available
2 Beds$1,249+7 units available
3 Beds$1,386+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 15 hours ago
(615) 216-7806


220 25TH AVE N, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Pet Friendly
(2 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,500+
2 Beds$2,425+10 units available
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 9 hours ago
(615) 922-5930

Charlotte Pike

4510 Charlotte Avenue, Nashville, Tennessee 37209
(1 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,170+
2 Beds$1,805+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
(615) 432-4316


1100 3rd Ave N, Nashville, Tennessee 37208
1 Bed$1,405+
2 Beds$2,135+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
(615) 348-4440

595 Hicks Rd, Nashville, Tennessee 37221
(394 Ratings)
2 Beds$1,049+
3 Beds$1,171+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 15 hours ago
(615) 777-0628

510 Old Hickory Blvd, Nashville, Tennessee 37209
(146 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,115+Only 2 units left
2 Beds$1,282+
3 Beds$1,502+
Current Rent Specials
(615) 777-0551

West End

2110 Elliston Pl, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
Pet Friendly
(1 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,480+6 units available
2 Beds$1,899+9 units available
Current Rent Specials
Top Rated
(615) 678-0002

400 Centerview Drive, Brentwood, Tennessee 37027
(316 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,600+Only 2 units left
2 Beds$1,730+
Current Rent Specials
Updated 10 hours ago
(615) 861-2441

West End Park

111 Acklen Park Drive, Nashville, Tennessee 37203
(96 Ratings)
Studio$1,258+7 units available
1 Bed$1,303+
2 Beds$2,050+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 14 hours ago
(615) 338-6992

13153 Old Hickory Blvd, Antioch, Tennessee 37013
(6 Ratings)
1 Bed$1,179+6 units available
2 Beds$1,379+
3 Beds$1,699+6 units available
Current Rent Specials
Top Rated
(615) 645-6368

Donelson - Hermitage - Old Hickory

3501 Andrew Jackson Way, Hermitage, Tennessee 37076
2 Beds$1,126+
3 Beds$1,139+
4 Beds$1,595+
Coupon & Current Rent Specials
Updated 9 days ago
(615) 922-6369

Southeast Nashville

455 Arbor Place, Antioch, Tennessee 37013
(2 Ratings)
1 Bed$815+
2 Beds$1,015+
3 Beds$1,429+
Current Rent Specials
(615) 751-6181
All about

Nashville, TN

Getting to know Nashville, TN

Nashville, otherwise known as Music City, is a dynamic metropolis featuring interesting restaurants, highbrow cultural institutions and professional sports venues usually found in much larger cities. Upon arriving in Nashville, you'll immediately realize this town is different: It moves faster and talks a bigger game than other similar-sized towns. At the same time, Nashville's community spirit is characteristic of a friendly small town. It's that blend of big-city living and small-town charm that makes it so remarkable.


Weather and Seasons

Situated in the southeastern United States, Nashville experiences four distinct seasons, with mild winters and sunny, hot summers.


Nashville Attractions

It shouldn't be surprising that Nashville practically bursts with notable attractions. Many country music lovers make special trips to the city just to see a performance at the Grand Ole Opry or to visit the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. High culture buffs can choose from a range of musical and artistic venues, including Nashville Opera, Nashville Symphony and Nashville Repertory Theatre.


If you're looking for music memorabilia, be sure to step into Hatch Show Print Gallery to see iconic concert posters from the past. You can purchase your favorite print to take home.



Best Places to Live in Nashville

If industrial-style studio apartments and booming nightlife appeals to you, then The Gulch, one of Nashville's young, hip neighborhoods, is for you. If you're searching for family-friendly neighborhoods, Sylvan Park is a great choice, and has new apartment complexes popping up. And East Nashville is an up-and-coming hotspot with a low-key, artsy vibe.


Nashville Apartments

As befits a city of its caliber, apartments in Nashville, TN vary from trendy, wide-open lofts in newly constructed downtown buildings to smartly appointed two- and three-bedroom units in wooded, amenity-rich complexes. As you search for Nashville rentals, use Apartment Guide to narrow down your choices based on price, distance to the city's hub or the availability of amenities like covered parking, 24-hour security, or on-site gym and pool facilities. If price is your main concern, there are plenty of listings for cheap apartments in Nashville, TN. If you're interested in finding a stylish neighborhood, we have dozens of downtown rentals in our database as well. No matter your needs, Apartment Guide makes it easy to find incredible rental homes without breaking your budget.


Industry, Jobs and Education

A strong job market and booming economy make Nashville a popular choice for those relocating or just entering the job market. While it's a key player in the music industry, Nashville is likewise important in publishing and healthcare; it's also home to several notable higher education institutions, including Vanderbilt University and Belmont University.


Nashville Festivals and Events

Nashville is home to a number of annual festivals, including Nashville Shakespeare Festival, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival and Music City Hot Chicken Festival, which celebrates Nashville's famed hot chicken. The CMA Music Festival, a four-day country music extravaganza in June, hosts nearly 200 artists each year.


Free Attractions in Nashville

Searching for fun and free things to do in Nashville? These five recommendations will help you feel like a local:


  • Listen to music: Music can be heard on virtually every street corner in Nashville, and many bars have no cover charge.
  • Have a picnic at the vineyard: Pack a lunch and head to Arrington Vineyards in Tennessee's wine country, where you can enjoy free entrance to the vineyards and wine tours and tastings (for a small fee).
  • Learn about history: Take a self-guided tour through Fort Nashborough Interpretive Center to find out more about the city's first pioneer settlers and life in the late 18th century.
  • Gaylord Opryland Resort: Meander through more than nine acres of indoor gardens and cascading waterfalls at the city's most famous hotel and convention center.
  • Music City Walk of Fame Park: Stroll through the park and down its Music Mile, which features Hollywood-like stars commemorating those who have made an impact on Nashville's music scene.


Sports in Nashville

From downtown, head across the river to Nissan Stadium, where the NFL's Tennessee Titans fiercely take on their opponents every fall, or cheer on the Nashville Predators, the city's professional hockey team, in Smashville. See the boys of summer play--minor league baseball is great fun in Nashville, and the Sounds play at First Tennessee Park.


Family-friendly Activities

Treat your kids to a day of hands-on exploration at the Adventure Science Center, check out white rhinos and spider monkeys at Nashville Zoo at Grassmere, or head to the Parthenon, a 1897 replica of Athens' Parthenon.


Public Education

The city of Nashville has increased its focus on the public school system in recent years, with Williamson and Rutherford County School districts among the highest rated in the Nashville area.


Outdoor Living in Nashville

Although downtown Nashville sits on a plain along the slow-moving Cumberland River, most of the city is built into the hilly landscape that characterizes Middle Tennessee. In addition to hiking and biking trails winding their way through the city's wooded areas, outdoorsy Nashville residents can take advantage of nearby recreational areas. These include the public use areas along the banks of J. Percy Priest Lake, Radnor Lake State Natural Area and the "twin" Percy Warner and Edwin Warner Parks. Fishing, boating, sailing, camping and mountain biking are popular activities during the summer months. Resident golfers enjoy a day on the greens at the public Hermitage Golf Course, which features two courses and is considered one of America's top golf courses.


Nightlife in the City

Honky Tonk Highway is where to go for live music and nightlife in Nashville, and is home to renowned joints like Tootsie's, Robert's, and Layla's, where legends like Johnny Cash and Willie Nelson have taken the stage. Popular with locals, Ryman Auditorium is an intimate spot for live performances.


Getaways near Nashville

Want to get away for the weekend? Nearby cities Knoxville, Memphis and Chattanooga are less than a three-hour drive from Nashville, TN. If your idea of heaven is the beach, make the seven-hour drive to the Florida panhandle beaches of Destin.