In this week’s episode, we discuss the district that is part of the Melrose neighborhood. Topics include terminology to describe the neighborhood, the pros and cons of living and working in the neighborhood, the identity and sense of community felt in the neighborhood, infrastructure that is lacking in the neighborhood, and what we can expect to see going on in the neighborhood in the next two years. We hear the voices and sentiments of metro councilman for District 17 of which the neighborhood is a part, two business owners, a non-profit who offices in the neighborhood, two real estate agents, and three residents of the neighborhood. These diverse perspectives shed light on what it is to experience and interact with the neighborhood everyday.
This weeks episode is part two of a two part series about exploring Nashville neighborhoods through art crawls. There are a total of six art crawls that take place in different pockets of Nashville throughout each month. Listen to this episode to learn about developments in Wedgewood Houston, East Nashville, Germantown, and on Jefferson Street. After listening to this episode, you will have your Saturday nights planned for an entire month.
In the episode, we reference:
Arts and Music at Wedgewood Houston (Website & Social Media Accounts): https://www.am-wh.com/
This week we will be discussing all of the national co-working concepts currently available or under construction in Nashville. Co-working is an international trend that is transforming the way businesses think about their strategic plan for real estate as they grow.
This week we stopped by KOKOS Ice Cream in East Nashville to chat with owners Sam & Jerusa. We cover everything from why they moved to Nashville to the importance of eating dairy-free to future business plans.
This week we will be discussing all of the local co-working concepts available in Nashville. Co-working is an international trend that is transforming the way businesses think about their strategic plan for real estate as they grow.