The Best Luxury Apartments in Nashville

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Residences at Capitol Hill, Nashville

Nashville ranks as one of the fastest-growing cities in the U.S., and it’s easy to see why. Not only is the city booming with culture, entertainment and nightlife, but its blazing job market keeps getting hotter.

As a result, Music City attracts new residents in droves, and they need a place to live. That’s where we come in. We compiled a list of five of our favorite luxury apartment complexes in Nashville, each with a unique vibe and located in different neighborhoods.

Ready to find your new home? Read on to find what makes each complex so special, then reach out to AptAmigo to schedule apartment tours of your favorites.

Kenect Nashville

Neighborhood: Music Row/Demonbreun/Edgehill

Live Here If: You’re looking to connect and collaborate with your peers (and there’s a pretty good chance you work in Nashville’s music industry).

Kenect Nashville offers both luxury living and co-working spaces, making it a perfect place for professionals interested in networking as well as those who want to spice up their work-from-home routine. The building’s proximity to the Midtown neighborhood’s many attractions also contributes to Kenect Nashville’s desirability, as residents live within easy walking distance of bars, live music venues, restaurants, and boutique fitness spots. Available units include studios, one-bedroom and three-bedroom apartments, some of which come fully furnished. Residents can also participate in Kenect Nashville’s roommate matching program if they want a co-living situation.

Our Favorite Features of Kenect Nashville:

  • Tech-enabled smart home features in each apartment unit
  • 16,000 square feet of members-only community workspace
  • Gym and fitness studio with AKTIV® Virtual Training Bays
  • 7th-floor pool with cabanas
  • 24-hour community kitchen
  • On-site dining and shopping
  • Community garden and dog park
  • Reserved covered garage parking
  • Full-time concierge service

Price: An unfurnished one-bedroom apartment at Kenect Nashville costs around $2,000 per month. 

The Griff

Neighborhood: Germantown

Live Here If: You’re seeking a peaceful escape from the city, while still being a stone’s throw from the downtown scene.

With many of its units offering gorgeous views of the Cumberland River, The Griff is located in Nashville’s historic Germantown neighborhood, a place overflowing with charm and home to First Horizon Park, where the Nashville Sounds baseball team plays. For residents at The Griff, restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques, and entertainment sit within easy reach, along with the Nashville Farmers’ Market and the Nashville Greenway. The Griff offers studio apartments as well as one- and two-bedroom units, each complete with nine-foot ceilings, built-in Bluetooth speakers, granite or quartz countertops, and private balconies or patios.

Our Favorite Features of The Griff:

  • Expansive fitness center and Peloton studio
  • Resort-style swimming pool
  • Courtyard overlooking the Cumberland River
  • Sky lounge with city views
  • Co-working space and writer’s lounge
  • Private recording studio
  • Pet care/grooming area

Price: A one-bedroom unit at The Griff typically runs around $2,000 per month.

LC SoBro

Neighborhood: SoBro (South Broadway)

Live Here If: You want to live, work, and play in downtown Nashville.

LC SoBro delivers the epitome of urban living in Nashville, often appealing to recent graduates eager to mix and mingle. The complex is near popular entertainment venues, like the Bridgestone Arena and Ascend Amphitheater, and residents live just a short walk from the bright lights and honky tonks of Lower Broadway. Plus, LC SoBro’s central location and proximity to the I-40 makes it a great fit for anyone interested in exploring other parts of the city, such as the nearby East Nashville neighborhood. Built in 2019, the 10-story LC SoBro offers studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with open living spaces, elevated finishes, and in-unit washers and dryers.

Our Favorite Features of LC SoBro:

  • On-site restaurant and bar (The Goat)
  • Two elevated outdoor terraces with city views
  • Rooftop pool, sundeck and courtyard
  • Pet-friendly green spaces
  • Coworking areas
  • On-site, locker-based dry cleaning, laundry and shoe care
  • Proximity to many of Nashville’s most popular attractions

Price: A one-bedroom unit at LC SoBro ranges from $2,000-$2,270 per month.

West End Village

Neighborhood: West End

Live Here If: You need some distance from the hustle and bustle, but still want proximity to attractions and conveniences.

Located about 10 minutes from downtown Nashville, West End Village provides residents an upscale living experience with a relaxed vibe – perfect for a professional looking for a quiet retreat in a convenient location. The complex is near outdoor havens, like Centennial Park, along with dozens of eateries, coffee shops, grocery stores, salons and more, and it’s within walking distance of Vanderbilt University. With studio, one- and two-bedroom units available, West End Village features 9-foot ceilings, European hardwood floors, designer kitchens with ENERGY STAR certified appliances and granite countertops, and private balconies or patios.

Our Favorite Features of West End Village:

  • 24-hour fitness facility
  • Resort-style swimming pool with communal grilling area
  • Resident clubhouse with a cyber cafe
  • Private game room with an oversized smart TV and entertainment center
  • On-site maintenance
  • Door-to-door trash pickup
  • Pet care
  • Planned social activities (Wine Day Wednesdays and Yappy Hour)

Price: A one-bedroom apartment at West End Village ranges from $1,765-$1,915 per month.

Residences at Capitol View

Neighborhood: North Gulch District

Live Here If: You want to live in a highly walkable area that offers easy access to Nashville’s thriving nightlife and entertainment scene.

Looking to be close to the action without actually residing in the heart of downtown? Search no more. The Residences at Capitol View sit steps from some of Nashville’s most popular restaurants and bars, and it’s just a short drive from all of the fun on Lower Broadway. Built in 2018, the apartment complex provides many of the bells and whistles potential renters might expect, including stainless steel appliances and custom cabinetry, along with a few surprises, like Misterio quartz countertops and farmhouse-style sinks. Apartment units at the Residences at Capitol View range from studios to three bedrooms, with a variety of floorplans from which to choose.

Our Favorite Features of Residences at Capitol View:

  • Saltwater swimming pool overlooking Nashville
  • Outdoor kitchen and grills
  • 24/7 fitness club and private yoga and stretching room
  • Full-size golf simulator
  • Bocce ball and volleyball courts
  • Game room with billiards
  • Multi-use work hub
  • Covered pet run
  • 24-hour emergency maintenance

Price: A one-bedroom apartment at the Residences at Capitol View comes in at just under $2,200 per month.

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See an Apartment You Love Here?

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About the Author: Jessica is a Nashville-based freelance writer and yoga teacher who also dabbles in CrossFit and running (slowly). When she’s not writing or working up a sweat, she can be found with her two cats, Shooby and Minju, or exploring the ever-growing city she calls home.

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