Nashville, the capitol of Tennessee, is a center for music, banking, healthcare, publishing, and transportation industries. Nashville hosts a number of universities and colleges. The state of Tennessee has no personal income tax and the city of Nashville has a low overall tax burden.
Known as a center of the music industry, Nashville has earned the nickname "Music City." Music is the reason that many people come to Nashville, but our two major sports teams, extensive park system, and endless arts and cultural opportunities offer people plenty of reasons to stay.
Recently, Forbes ranked Nashville as the third best positioned city “to grow and prosper in the coming decade”, No. 6 on its list of the Best Places for Businesses and Careers and as the No. 4 “Brain Magnet” for gains in people with college educations.
Nashville’s current momentum is based, in part, on the plethora of attractive cultural and entertainment options, including:
- Conde Nast Traveler listed Nashville as one of "5 best places to go in 2013"
- Ranked as “the nation’s best music scene” by Rolling Stone
- Successful and well-respected NFL and NHL franchises
- World-class symphony has received 13 GRAMMY® nominations and six wins
- Over 12,000 acres of parks and 12 golf courses
- Cool Springs Area
- Franklin - Ladd Park
- Franklin - McLemore Farms
- Franklin - Westhaven
- Spring Hill
- Spring Hill - Benevento
- Spring Hill - Buckner Crossing
- Spring Hill - Campbell Station
- Spring Hill - Cherry Grove
- Spring Hill - Dakota Pointe
- Spring Hill - Spring Hill Place
- Spring Hill - Wyngate Estates
- Thompsons Station
- Thompsons Station - Bridgemore Village
- Thompsons Station - Tollgate Village
- Williamson County