East Germantown Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
A mix of industrial and residential properties gives the East Germantown neighborhood its big city attitude. From one block to the next the vibe can change from a trendy setting to a working class area.
New condo buildings, apartments, and single family homes provide housing options in the neighborhood’s residential areas. Most house hunters will be able to find a good place to rent or buy in this urban neighborhood.
A cultural hotspot in East Germantown attracts musicians from around the country. Nashville Jazz Workshop hosts local artists as well as legendary performers. The main purpose for the workshop is to provide authentic jazz instruction for those interested in the genre but both scheduled and spontaneous performances are popular with the local crowd.
East Germantown is right next door to Nashville’s oldest neighborhood, Germantown. In some way, the community is an extension of its neighbor with an eclectic blend of housing, eateries and bars. If an amenity isn’t just around the corner in East Germantown, then it’s only a few blocks away in Germantown.
Access to public transportation is a plus in East Germantown. The southern edge of the neighborhood hooks up with the city bus system. People who work in or near downtown often rely on public transit due to the short distance. Some area residents opt to walk or bike to work. For those who drive, Spring Street connects with other major routes throughout the city.
Spring Street (Jefferson), Garfield Street, 3rd Avenue, Garfield Street, Cheatham Lake, and the Cumberland River roughly outline the boundary of East Germantown. In addition to Germantown, other nearby neighborhoods include Metro/Second and Hume and Salemtown.