The Gulch area in Nashville’s downtown is an amazing example of progress. What was once an abandoned industrial area is now a flourishing urban landscape full of boutique hotels, amazing eateries, night life, and trendy shops.
This animated community also boasts an exquisite urban living lifestyle in luxury condominiums. One of the most walkable areas to live in the city, The Gulch is easy to navigate by foot, and its efforts to promote walkability and sustainability have led Nashville to have the first neighborhood in the South to get a LEED Green Certification. Also, as a main corporate hub, young professionals choose to live in the area because of its close proximity to their offices. Many of the buildings that line the sidewalks are mixed-use complexes for commercial and residential purposes.
The median listing price for a condominium in the Gulch is $416,000 with a median of 863 square feet.
The Gulch has a prime location between downtown and Music Row making the area loved by both locals and tourists. To give you some history, The Gulch’s origins date before the Civil War and it was once a rail yard. After World War II the area became abandoned until the early 2000’s when enterprises started moving in and transforming the area into the vibrant community it is today.
Check out e.Allen boutique and Kittenish for some local shopping. Some of the LB Group’s must eat establishments when visiting the Gulch include Bourbon Steak, Adele’s, Virago, 404 Kitchen, Kayne Prime, and The Chef & I. Don’t miss the rooftop bar (L.A. Jackson) at the top of the Thompson too! Cheers!