Neither the COVID-19 pandemic, 2020 Tornado, or recent flash flooding have stopped the Music City from thriving. Nashville is at the top of the list of the hottest cities in America — ranked in the Top 10 Cities to Live After the Pandemic by Today.
Nashville recently ranked #17 on the U.S. News & World Report’s 125 Best Places to Live in 2020-2021. Also, Roofstock.com says Nashville area is one of the 10th fastest growing metros in the U.S.1
The Wall Street Journal has ranked Nashville as the 2nd hottest job market in the United States. With an increasing job market comes a need for housing.
Zillow has predicted the Music City will be the 3rd hottest housing market in the country in 2021.1
The Nashville Area Chamber of Commerce Research Center has also calculated that the area gains about 81 net new people per day.2
The downtown area currently has over 14,000 residents, catching up to major cities like Tampa and Austin.
A recent study from Census Data shows that downtown Nashville has seen a 152% increase in population from 2010-2019.The Nashville Downtown Partnership foresees a steady population increase of 16,000 residents by 2022, and 21,000 by 2024. 1
There’s no doubt that Nashville is has overcome the obstacles in 2020 and continues to thrive with its growing market. It is an exciting time to be a part of the economic boom in the Music City.