Ever wonder what people are paying to live in Nashville? 

Through our Nashville 2018 reports, News 2 is committed to tracking the growth in Nashville which includes booming expansion in certain neighborhoods.

Apartment Guide has revealed the Nashville neighborhoods that searched for the most and what it costs to live there.

The company used a combination of Google searches and the most searched Nashville neighborhoods on ApartmentGuide.com to get the numbers. Here are the top five: 

1. Downtown

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Downtown is a shining example of how Nashville revitalized itself by building on its reputation and history to create a welcoming climate for what’s next. It stands in the heart of the capital, boasting the iconic Mother Church of Country Music, The Ryman Auditorium, Wildhorse Saloon and Bridgestone Arena – home to music and professional sporting events. With no lack of entertainment or dining options, Downtown is a walkable area full of popular bars and funky shops that attracts young people discovering careers and realizing their potential.

Property SizeDowntown AverageNashville Average
1 BR$1,798


2. Green Hills

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Green Hills is a mature neighborhood probably best known as being the home of The Bluebird Cafe – a famous location where songwriters and artists have gathered to showcase new songs before becoming superstars. Green Hills is also home to elegant boutiques and malls featuring over 100 stores and restaurants. The area is energetic and always bustling with movement, while still supporting a quiet and friendly lifestyle.

Property SizeGreen Hills AverageNashville Average
1 BR$1,412$1,354

3. Charlotte Pike

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Charlotte Pike is a booming neighborhood on the west end of Nashville. This reemerging area attracts young couples and creative artists looking to settle into a vibrant community with a cozy feel. The district also boasts a bustling dining and retail scene along White Bridge and Charlotte Avenue and is a great place for those willing to pay slightly above average prices for a one bedroom.

Property SizeCharlotte Pike AverageNashville Average
1 BR$1,466$1,354

4. Germantown

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Dubbed the first suburb of Nashville, Germantown is a historical family-friendly neighborhood with higher-than-average rental prices.  Old Victorian houses erected by German immigrants in the 19th century are right at home among a beautiful blend of new and modern buildings. Germantown still holds some of the best restaurants in Nashville, such as City House, Rolf & Daughters and 5th and Taylor. The Bicentennial Capital State Park is just a few steps away from the Nashville Sounds baseball stadium.

Property SizeGermantown AverageNashville Average
1 BR$2,125$1,354

5. Midtown

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Home to famed Music Row, Midtown is a bustling neighborhood dotted by headquarters of record labels, artist organizations and venues. You will find plenty of elegant hotels and some of the best restaurants and bars in Nashville. From famed hot chicken to down-home classics and amazing French cuisine, Midtown is home to accomplished professionals wanting to be close to work and nightlife.

Property SizeMidtown AverageNashville Average
1 BR$1,972$1,354
The rent information included in this article is based on the current rental property inventory on ApartmentGuide.com and is used for illustrative purposes only. The data contained herein do not constitute financial advice or a pricing guarantee for any apartment.