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  1. Its very amusing to hear individuals talk about how all the city living is becoming hard to find and too pricey in Nashville. In addition, these same people cite how they now have to move to donelson, mt Juliet, Hendersonville, etc because they've been "forced out the city." It's especially alarming to hear "hip" individuals from East Nashville speak about how there are no more city areas to flock to and establish pre "full scale" gentrification communities. This post serves as a reality check. There is still plenty of affordable “city” land available. Its called North Nashville. There’s no need to have the mindset of “city living in Nashville is all priced up and gone, lets move out to Donelson” when you’ve got places like Bordeaux that have arguably the best views of the skyline and are less than 5 miles from Broadway. And if 5 miles is too long of a bike ride, what about living less than 2 miles from downtown, by living off Buchanan street, clay street or near TSU. Simply put, North Nashville has the same cool old houses and close travels to the city like East and 12 south. Come out North if you want to re experience East Nashville, Shelby, 12 south “pre super gentrification.” When there isn't TONS of land available with views of the city and less than 2-4 miles to the capital, THEN you can tell me Nashville is growing out of control. While attending TSU, it always took us 3-5 minutes tops to travel over to Centennial Park. However, that land is cheap and un touched. This city hasn't really grown ladies and gentlemen. When you go to Atlanta, nobody tells you that areas with views of downtown and 2-4 mile travels to everything(like North Nashville, Bordeaux), is "a low income and bad place to hang out." Then again, Atlanta actually has grown, and city land like Jefferson street and Bordeaux would be considered a jewel there.
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