Neighborhood


Midtown Lofts is located in Midtown within walking distance of several restaurants and close proximity to downtown, Green Hills, Hillsboro Village, Vanderbilt University, and some of the finest medical facilities in the Midsouth.


Within just a block is a “local” midsize grocery that carries basic food items. There are also five larger groceries that can fulfill any of your gourmet needs, only minutes away.

Located nearby are several boutique shops facing West End and in the Park Place Shopping Center just a few minutes walk away. If you are looking for that special gift, the Green Hills Shopping Mall might be just to place to find it. It features a Nordstrom’s that opened in the Fall of 2011, and is only a short drive away.hood

There are over ten restaurants within walking distance of the building’s front entrance. So, if you enjoy dinning out, you will have a variety to choose from: Just to name a few, these include Bricktop’s, Stoney River, Rumba’s, Tin Angel, Maggiano’s, Outback Steakhouse, Jed’s Sports Bar, Ted’s Montana Grille, J. Alexander’s, Fleming’s, and P F Chang’s.

Nashville has been called the “Athens of the South” not only because we have the exact replica of the Parthenon, but also because of the many colleges and universities located hear. One of the best in the country, Vanderbilt, is just four blocks away. You can often here the sound of the Commodore fog horn on Saturdays in the Fall when they have put some points on the score board. Also, very near by are Peabody, Scarritt-Bennett, and Belmont.

Nashville is a very diversified metropolitan area, and has one of her strengths is the strong health care industry. Midtown Lofts is located adjacent to some of the finest medical facilities in the Southeast including Baptist, Centennial, St Thomas, and Vanderbilt Hospitals and the Sarah Cannon Center.

Music City, a name by which Nashville is often referred, is blessed with several parks and greenways. One of the oldest and best of these parks is just down the street. It is known as Centennial Park because it was built in celebration of the one hundredth birthday of the State of Tennessee.  And, it was at this time that the Parthenon was built, and, unlike the original structure in Athens Greece, it is still standing tall and proud.

It is not uncommon to visit the park to see an outdoor concert, a play in the amphitheater, or an arts and crafts fair. There is something going on there nearly every weekend year round.