In light of the current global pandemic, we have all had to adapt and modify our daily lives. With many people quarantined and working from home (WFH), Covid-19 has shined a light on the importance of our living spaces. Most notably, the challenges of finding room for a home office that allows you to reach peak productivity. Luckily, within Nashville, there are many amazing apartment complexes with co-working spaces that will satisfy your WFH needs.  We consulted our team of local experts to bring you the best apartment coworking spaces in Nashville. Equipped with plenty of private enclaves and enclosed conference rooms, WFH doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your productivity. 

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Methodology: How do we determine the best?

At AptAmigo, happy clients are our #1 priority, so we’re really picky about which buildings we recommend. There are a lot of factors that influence how “good” an apartment experience is, from water pressure and unit finishes to noise levels and neighborhood vibe. Since apartment locators help thousands of people relocate each year, we’re in a unique position to know the nit-picky details of every building in town.

The overall score for each building below incorporates survey responses from our team of local experts, as well as each building’s Google rating, client feedback, quality of units, and amenity offerings.

Read on for our list of the top Nashville apartments with co-working spaces, and reach out to AptAmigo if you’re looking for your new home (plus office!) With our expert local knowledge, you’ll have all the information you need to make a confident decision in your next home.

Kenect Nashville

Neighborhood: Music Row – Edgehill

Conveniently located in the Music Row-Edgehill area, Kenect Nashville is the perfect place to live and work from home. Studios, one-bedrooms, and 3-bedroom apartments are available, along with some of the best amenities in town. With midtown views, a variety of community workspaces, and a “Bark Park” for furry friends, you are sure to love Kenect Nashville. View the full list of amenities on their website!

Why we love WFH here:

Working from home has never been better! Kenect Nashville is one of the only places with a true co-working office on its amenity list! This building offers luxury apartments on the higher floors and a variety of community workspaces on the lower floors. Whether you are looking for the convenience of a dedicated desk, the flexibility of a Float membership, or the luxury of an office pod, Kenect Nashville has it all.

The open kitchen with unlimited coffee + cold brew, meditation room, and lightning-fast internet are just a few of the reasons we love working from Kenect Nashville.

Relax here after work:

At the end of a long workday, Kenect Nashville offers several spots to unwind. You can choose to relax by the pool, let off steam at the expansive gym + fitness studio, play with your pet in the “Bark Park,” or enjoy the community garden.

Finish off the day with happy hour at any of the surrounding local hotspots, or check out the on-site restaurant and retail shops.

Price: The price of a one-bedroom unit at Kenect Nashville ranges from $1,860 to $2,320, depending on the square footage.

Search available units at Kenect Nashville here.

Alta Union

Neighborhood: The Nations (West Nashville)

Alta Union was a fantastic addition to the West Nashville neighborhood. Residents enjoy the ability to live and work from home in an idyllic location. The blend of social spaces and private escapes makes this spot a cozy haven in a bustling city. The architecture and design of this luxury building take inspiration from the industrial history of the surrounding area. High-end finishes in each unit, elegant decor in the common areas, and tasteful public art make this building a gorgeous place to call home.

Why we love WFH here: 

Between the elevated “chic professional” decor and unique co-working areas offered here, you may never want to return to your old office. You can find co-working desks in common areas, choose a private room during focus time, or rent a personal office. Typical office luxuries were definitely not forgotten: printers, phone booths, a mini-fridge, and complimentary barista-served coffee are also available. If podcasting or audio recording happens to be your line of work, Alta Union even has an on-site recording booth for residents to use.

Relax here after work: 

Where do we begin? You could choose either of the 2 outdoor terraces, the sprawling clubhouse, or the second-story entertaining kitchen that houses a 12-person dining table. If you prefer to be outdoors, the poolside cabanas, hammock courtyard, or the walking trail at the back of the property are also great choices!

If you’re in the mood to dine out (safely, of course), Coco’s Italian Market has some of the best food in Nashville. Their pizzas, baked ziti, and bruschetta are loved by locals and tourists alike. 

Price:  

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Millennium Music Row 

Neighborhood: Music Row

Located on the famous Music Row, Millennium is the epitome of luxury living. In a neighborhood with endless options for music, nightlife, restaurants, and green spaces, you’ll never run out of things to do here. Millennium offers WFH options that will give you a sense of tranquility in an otherwise busy area. 

Why we love WFH here: 

Enjoy the fully-stocked coffee bar, kitchen, and spacious lounge with a laptop under arm and a coffee in hand. Millennium also hosts a business center and conference room all powered by Google Fiber. Never again will you need to worry about technical difficulties during your Zoom calls.

Relax here after work: 

Millennium offers many amazing amenities, all under one roof. Residents can enjoy the beautiful outdoor terrace and panoramic views of Nashville, Music Row, and Vanderbilt at the Sky Lounge. The stylish chaise lounges and cabanas at their resort-style pool offer the perfect place to unwind after a long day of meetings. And, with two grills, a fireplace, and plenty of seating options, the outdoor courtyard area is perfect for safe social gatherings.

If you choose to explore other entertainment options in Music Row, there is no shortage of fun to be had. Rebar is a popular neighborhood bar that offers an upbeat atmosphere and is right nearby. When this bar is a bit safer to enjoy, dine in with traditional pub food and play games like darts, shuffleboard, and skee ball. Be sure to try their famous Bushwacker; an adult milkshake, perfect for a warm day. 

Price: Expect the price of a one-bedroom unit to range between $1,800 – $2,300 here.

Search available units at Millennium Music Row here.

How to Find Your Dream Nashville Apartment

Now that you’ve seen the best that Nashville has to offer for WFH living situations— combining social spaces with productive coworking— you may never want to return to the office. If you’re looking to move into one of these buildings, reach out to Aptamigo to find the perfect apartment for you. We’ll pair you up with one of our local experts who know each Nashville building like the back of their hand. All you have to do is tell us your preferences, favorite neighborhood, and any other information. We’ll do all the heavy lifting for you by compiling a list of buildings that perfectly fit your criteria. Pick your favorites from the list, and our team will schedule tours (or gather videos) of the specific units you’re interested in. You’ll get VIP service throughout the entire apartment hunting process. The best part? It’s completely free.

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Taylor Small

Taylor Small is a New York transplant now residing in Nashville, TN, with a background in social media, public relations, and marketing. She freelances and runs her own interior plant design business, Oasis Design. On the weekends she can be found riding around in her 1971 Ford searching for the best antique mall or hiking with her dog, Oliver.