Germantown

Germantown is considered one of Nashville’s hottest neighborhoods. Award-winning restaurants, trendy bars, and proximity to downtown make this neighborhood one of Nashville’s most desirable.

Bordered by 8th Avenue North & 3rd Avenue North and between Jefferson Street and Hume Street, Historic Germantown is Nashville's uptown oasis. The town's oldest residential community is just a few steps from the Bicentennial Mall and the Nashville Farmer's Market. Investors and artists alike head north for easy access to restaurants, entertainment, and spectacular views of the State Capitol.

Germantown has a variety of residential dwellings. Cavernous estates border modest worker's cottages and new construction condos. The eight-block area is an architecturally heterogeneous mixture of residences built between 1840 and 1930, and new houses are built according to the neighborhood's historic architectural guidelines. With residential, commercial, office, retail and industrial entities coexisting side-by-side, Historic Germantown truly is a mixed-use urban oasis. One of the most popular neighborhood events is Nashville’s Oktoberfest celebration, put together by the very active Germantown neighborhood association each year.

In the area

Core Development is dedicated to bringing energy, life and commerce to Nashville’s urban neighborhoods through adaptive reuse of buildings of character, and new construction designed to integrate with existing building neighborhoods.

In addition, Core is committed to superior architectural design, quality of product, and environmentally-friendly sustainable design. Over the years, Core has inspired more than 20 successful projects throughout Nashville’s urban core to include Werthan Lofts, 12th & Paris, Richland Station, and The Finery.