The Gulch is another historic neighborhood in Nashville and once housed the downtown railroad terminal. Today, the industrial history of this area is long gone. Instead, hip stores, upscale restaurants, and contemporary buildings have taken its place. This area is bordered by Broadway and Interstate 65. The far edge of this neighborhood follows the train tracts up from Vine Street to Broadway.
Homes in this area are a little less varied than other neighborhoods, with most residents living in high-rise condos. Stylistically, most residences are contemporary or modern and are great for anyone looking to be close to all the city has to offer!
The Gulch is widely known as an upscale and trendy neighborhood. Residents love trying out the new, highly-ranked restaurants. This area is made for walking with pretty much every amenity easily reachable by foot. Locals also love the multiple music venues located within the neighborhoods limits. They are smaller in nature and offer a wonderful place to see local talent!
Walking Distance to Downtown