Nashville Business Journal: Nashville's Race to Increase Density: Out with the Old, in with the New
Nashville-based attorney, Tucker Herndon recently wrote an article for the Nashville Business Journal about Nashville's dramatic change to the housing landscape and how due to a healthy economy and other factors, Nashville has benefited tremendously.
As most residents of Nashville have noticed, there has been a steady increase in density and a dramatic change to the housing landscape. Throughout many of the old neighborhoods of Nashville, where there used to be one house there are now multiple condos or townhomes.
During the past five years, Nashville has benefited from a healthy economy due to the music industry, tourism and an influx of new residents primarily comprised of out-of-state young professionals. The continuous rush of residential and commercial development throughout the Nashville area has been welcomed despite the negative undertone that Nashville is losing its historic "neighborhood feel," and rental and mortgage applications are on the rise faster than ever.
To read the full article, click "Nashville's Race To Increase Density: Out With The Old, In With The New."
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