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SoBro Real Estate June 24, 2024
24
Listed
85
Avg. DOM
$1,297.45
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,147,500
Med. List Price
24 Properties
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About SoBro 

The south side of downtown Nashville's Broadway is called SoBro. This area is known for all things new—the city's sprawling convention center, live music venues, major hotel brands, boutique properties, restaurants, bars, and even the just under-16-year-old Schermerhorn Symphony Center designed to look like it has been standing for decades.

Please continue to read to find out what it means to call SoBro home.

SoBro Real Estate 

SoBro comprises the southernmost part of downtown Nashville, with a footprint that drives up prices on condominiums and loft spaces. SoBro is relatively small as far as downtown neighborhoods go—just 6x11 blocks give or take, offering direct access to Nashville city amenities. With a median sale price in the mid $400s, the lofts and condos that populate the Encore building aren't cheap. Median rents in SoBro for a studio go as high as $2,134, with a one-bedroom going as high as $2,436, and two-bedrooms going as high as $3,682.

SoBro Schools 

Metro Nashville Public Schools 

Students living in SoBro are zoned into the Metro Nashville Public Schools, a school district that prides itself on a strong learning foundation backed by extracurricular and academic activities geared toward the personal and educational development of its students in grades K-12. Support services are offered for future endeavors in higher education and entering the workforce. Below are the following schools that serve SoBro.

SoBro Outdoor Amenities 

Downtown Nashville isn't all honky-tonk, shops, and eateries—the countless neon signs in the city make way for cool parks, picturesque bridges, and other outdoor spaces filled with southern charm. SoBro still offers plenty of spaces, small and large, despite its urban presence. The outdoor spaces are great places to socialize, people-watch, take a reprieve, or enjoy the landscape.

Church Street Park 

Directly across from the impressive downtown Nashville library, Church Street Park is a lovely place to take a break from busyness. There is plenty of seating, and you can find tons of local business people chilling between meetings. Meanwhile, complimentary events, from artist talks to jazz concerts, make it easy to infuse your week with a touch of culture.

Music City Walk of Fame Park 

Nashville's answer to the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame reminds you who put Nashville's legendary sound on the map. A pathway of more than 60 granite stars serves as your Music City history guide and inspiration for which artists to include on your playlist, from familiar legends like Reba McEntire and Roy Orbison to rock 'n' roll surprises like Jimi Hendrix.

SoBro Things To Do

Just a stone's throw away from Sentral SoBro are world-class museums, eclectic art spaces, and music venues where you can see stars born. As one of the more cultured areas in the city, SoBro is the go-to for being in the know about what artists are making waves. Up-and-coming and established musicians headline the local clubs and high-end art can be found all around from the lobbies of the boutique hotels to the contemporary galleries off of Church Street.

Chauvet Arts 

A former ice cream parlor is the it-spot setting for humorous, colorful, and modern art that ranges from mixed media collages to vintage movie posters. Brave the crowds during a First Saturday Art Crawl or come by during the week to see gritty street photography by Michael Ray Nott or whimsical portraits by Danielle Duer.

Listening Room Cafe 

Music purists will be in their full element at a writer's round where you can catch gifted talent trying out new material. Side-by-side every night several musicians perform acoustic sets, tell stories, and show off their lyrical skills. The building has stark, bare bones, perfect for the setting at the historic Harvester Tractor building emphasizing where it belongs: the budding talent.

SoBro Dining 

Dining in SoBro, Nashville, and surrounding neighborhoods like The Gulch offers more places to snag a bite and wet your whistle than you'll know what to do with. You will find international flavors as well as iconic southern fare—home to hot chicken—at a variety of price points. Most restaurants are all-inclusive, offering vegetarian options, where you can eat like a SoBro local.

Etch 

Loyal fans of Chef Deb Paquette adore her artfully plated dishes at Etch, which reference global cuisines from Indian to Moroccan. Walk on the wild side with the buttermilk-brined, Sichuan-spiced fried chicken, or stay in the comfort zone with the Peruvian-tinged pork chop, melt-in-your-mouth roasted cauliflower, and olive oil almond cake.

Liberty Common 

Blue booths, tiled floors, and a Parisian cafe-style patio make Liberty Common one of the prettiest restaurants in SoBro. With a European-style menu devised by a culinary team, it is one of the most delicious. Daily oyster selections and steak tartare lean classic, while the croque madame waffle with truffle fries adds an indulgent southern twist.

Shopping 

Shop locally, from hand-pressed records to handmade suits, SoBro loves its local artisans and designers. Here you can find classic and on-trend clothing to update your Nashville wardrobe, books for your coffee table, and staples for your pantry. From jewelry to jazz up an LBD to made-to-order attire, anything you need is steps from your Sentral SoBro door.

Southernaire Market 

The bourgeois feel of a New Orleans grocer mixed with the expediency of a New York bodega makes The Southernaire the ideal go-to-market. Regionally sourced produce and in-house hot sauce share shelf space with craft beers and cold brew from neighboring coffee chain The Frothy Monkey.

Keep Shop 

Though located on the ground floor of Noelle Hotel, Keep Shop goes beyond your typical hotel gift shop, offering a curated selection of goods from local Music City designers and makers. The charming, upscale boutique is where you are guaranteed to find the perfect gift for the pickiest of people. A favorite? Lush skincare finds from the local Clary Collection.

Interested in the allure of calling southern downtown Nashville's urban neighborhood, SoBro? From expansive real estate in condominiums and loft spaces to a fantastic top-rated school district, anyone from all walks of life can call SoBro home. For its prime location in downtown Nashville, living in SoBro puts you within walking distance of the best that the city has to offer, from a sought-after dining scene and amazing shopping to activities appreciating the southern music and culture of Nashville, there is something for everyone here. Explore the best of SoBro today. 

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