Nashville has been described as the South's New Metropolis and an "it" city.
In 2016, 100 people a day moved to this city known as the capital of the country music industry.
Nashville's growth roughly parallels what has happened in Portland, Oregon, a formerly sleepy, midsized town on the West Coast now congested with new development, residents, and diversified industries.
As we see with other cities around the country, Nashville's growth has been directed into central city and historically black neighborhoods that are close to downtown and have walkable scale development.
In 2016, there were over 1,000 residential demolition permits in Nashville. That's roughly three homes demolished each day. Some central neighborhoods saw between 200 and 300 demolitions, with one or more units going in to replace each destroyed home.
We talk with folks about Nashville and our first gentrification film NorthEast Passage. https://www.pricedoutmovie.com/
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