Is Your Business What East Nashville Or Germantown Is Missing?

East Nashville has gone from a quiet little community to a booming, bustling, and desirable part of town that no one can get enough of. Loved for its sense of community and young, vibrant feel, East Nashville provides residents with everything they need so they never need to cross the Cumberland River.

The area encompasses beautiful homes in beautiful neighborhoods, like Inglewood, Lockeland Springs, Rolling Acres, McFerrin Park, Greenwood, Maxwell, East End, and Eastwood. Many businesses are popping up all over in a variety of buildings, from converted old houses to industrial-looking spots. It’s also a popular AirBnB spot, which brings tourists to the shops, restaurants, and businesses in the area.

There’s certainly no slowing down for those on the East side. East Nashville is growing and changing rapidly, and so many people are itching to get into the area, which is why new houses, condos, and apartments seem to be going up every day. It’s an exciting time, and there’s no end to the enjoyment and experiences that can be had in East Nashville.

With All That East Nashville Has To Offer, There’s No Need To Cross The Cumberland

So how does the community maintain such vibrant energy levels? It could be because East Nashville is home to some of the best coffee in the city. Head to Ugly Mugs or Portland Brew on Eastland, Sip Cafe on Gallatin (psst: they also have ice cream), Bongo East on 11th, The Post East on Fatherland, Perk & Cork on McGavock, Dose on Riverside, Barista Parlor on Gallatin, or Divine Art Cafe just across the street.

The food in the area can also take you to new heights. Whether you’re in the mood for a killer sandwich from Mitchell Delicatessen, a tasty breakfast from Sky Blue, Marche, or the Pied Piper, a burger that will leave you weak in the knees (try Dino’s, the Pharmacy, or Riverside Grillshack), a bowl of gourmet ramen from Two Ten Jack, killer tacos from Mas Tacos, mouth-watering shrimp and grits from Eastland Cafe, Nashville’s famous hot chicken from Pepperfire Hot Chicken, some vegetarian comfort food from Wild Cow, a hot bowl of Pho from Far East, Rooster bread from Yeast Nashville, unforgettable chicken tenders from Beyond the Edge, divine pizza from Five Points Pizza, a social dinner at the Treehouse, a Sunday brunch that will change your life from Margot, or a margarita that will knock you off your feet from Rosepepper Cantina, East Nashville has it.

Looking for a good cocktail or an ice cold microbrew? There are endless places to grab a drink, from Holland House and Bar Luca, which are a bit more upscale to No. 308, the Hop Stop, Mickey’s Tavern, Crying Wolf, Tenn Sixteen, Foobar, the 5 Spot, Red Door, 3 Crow, Rumors EastVillage Pub, and the Family Wash. There are more drinking and dining choices than we could ever list here!

Germantown Brings The Best Of Small Town Community & Big City Life Together

Germantown is another growing community that continues to rise in popularity. This community is located just west of East Nashville (on the other side of the Cumberland) and just north of downtown (on the other side of Jefferson). This walk-friendly community is great for those who love spending time outdoors, getting to know their neighbors, and frequenting local shops and restaurants.

Like East Nashville, Germantown is home to many great restaurants and coffee shops, like Germantown Cafe, Silo, Christie Cookie, 5th & Taylor, Steadfast Coffee, Rolf & Daughters, Monell’s Dining & Catering, the Cupcake Collection, Jack Brown’s Beer & Burger Joint, City House, 312 Pizza Company, Butchertown Hall, Germantown Pub, Cochon Butcher, Tempered Cafe & Chocolate, and Barista Parlor.

You’ll also find a variety of shops and businesses, from Lazzaroli Pasta and Crossroads Pets (which is a non-profit) to 3rd Avenue Industrial HardwareAbednego Boutique, auto repair shops, glass companies, and web design businesses. In Germantown, it’s all about diversity and providing residents and visitors with a mix of options.

Newer living spaces like the Flats at Taylor Place and Vista Germantown have made city living in this beautiful community possible for more folks who just can’t seem to get enough of Germantown. The area is certainly gaining momentum and we look forward to the growth and changes that are happening and will happen here.

We’ve Watched The Market Grow & Change & Can Help You With Your Next Commercial Sale Or Lease

If you’re looking to join a tight-knit community that is vibrant, thriving, and attracting regulars and new faces all the time, it might be time to make the move to East Nashville or Germantown – and Vastland Realty Group can help.

For years, we’ve been working with tenants, landlords, and investors to help them with all of their commercial real estate leasing and sales needs. We take the time to listen to the needs and desires of our clients so we can bring you qualified properties or tenants and meet your needs faster and with less stress. Whether you’re in need of real estate consulting services with a knowledgeable market professional or you’re looking for someone to represent you and negotiate on your behalf, Vastland Realty Group is the company to call. As investors and developers ourselves who have lived and worked in and around the communities we serve for our entire lives, we know we can help you get the results you’re after.

Learn more about how you can put our expertise and market knowledge to work for you – call 615-574-8060 today!

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