Studios and private apartments in Nashville





What is a private apartment?

A private apartment means having a living space that is exclusively yours and, simultaneously, complete access and use to community-driven amenities and other shared areas. Whether you’re looking for fun and community or peace and quiet, you’ll find it in Nashville.

Discover your dream home in Nashville

Looking for affordable housing opportunities? For attainable, community-oriented housing in Nashville, look no further than Common's studios, 1, and 2-bedroom apartments in East Nashville.

Frequently asked questions

What is Nashville known for?

Nashville, Tennessee, is renowned as the unequivocal heart of country music, echoing the transformative sounds of legends within the historic walls of the Grand Ole Opry and along the neon-lit streets of Broadway. Beyond its music, Nashville also embraces Southern hospitality and boasts a rich cultural tapestry seen in the Victorian architecture of its historic neighborhoods. From the iconic Ryman Auditorium to the lively honky-tonks, Nashville's identity is inseparable from the twang of guitars and the lyrical storytelling that has made it the undisputed "Music City."

What is the public transportation in Nashville?

Nashville's public transportation system primarily relies on buses. The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) operates the bus services, providing routes that cover various parts of the city and surrounding areas. Nashville also has the WeGo Transit network, which includes buses and commuter rail services. Additionally, the WeGo Star commuter bus service connects Nashville with surrounding counties.

What are some fun things to do in Nashville?

In Nashville, the options for a good time are as diverse as the city's musical heritage. Start by immersing yourself in the soul-stirring tunes of the Grand Ole Opry or exploring the honky-tonks along the famed Broadway strip. Dive into the rich history of country music at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum or take a tour of the iconic Ryman Auditorium, known as the "Mother Church of Country Music." For a spicy culinary adventure, indulge in Nashville's renowned hot chicken at places like Prince's Hot Chicken Shack or Hattie B's. Discover the city's past at the Belle Meade Plantation or stroll through the picturesque Centennial Park with its Parthenon replica. Nature enthusiasts can explore Cheekwood Estate and Gardens or paddleboard on the Cumberland River. With a vibrant blend of music, history, and culinary delights, Nashville ensures there's never a dull moment in the heart of Music City!