Antioch is a suburban neighborhood of the great city of Nashville, Tennessee. The neighborhood is part of the Nashville-Davidson-Murfreesboro-Franklin metro area and is located in southeastern Davidson County. It is a highly walkable neighborhood that is blessed by hot, humid summers and fairly mild winters. It is a middle or moderate-income neighborhood when compared to state and national economic statistics. The neighborhood is blessed with high rates of home-ownership and owner occupancy as well as a vacancy rate of only about 3%, the neighborhood has an uncommonly solid and stable neighborhood. The neighborhood is growing and features a number of new subdivisions. The most concentrated area of business is centered around the Global Mall at the Crossings. It is a racially and ethnically diverse neighborhood where over 11% of residents in the neighborhood are of Sub-Saharan African or Jamaican descent. English is the primary language in Antioch, other important languages include Spanish and a variety of African languages.
The neighborhood of Antioch is named after the ancient city of Antioch in Anatolia, Turkey. Up until the 1960s, the Antioch area remained a small partially agricultural community with a feed mill and a smattering of businesses. However, during the 1970s, the area experienced rapid growth as former farmland gave way to low-rise apartment complexes and urbanization. The Hickory Hollow Mall opened in 1978 at the site which today is the Global Mall at the Crossings. The neighborhood was the former home of the Starwood Amphitheater, which was Nashville’s primary outdoor music venue up until its closing in 2007. Today Antioch is a warm, welcoming and thriving Nashville neighborhood.
It has a mixed workforce and job market featuring both white and blue-collar jobs and much of the workforce is employed outside the neighborhood of Antioch. The average commute for residents of the neighborhood is about 15-30 minutes and most residents opt to travel in privately owned vehicles. The current neighborhood population is approximately 82,261 residents of the neighborhood and the average household size is 2.66 people. The current median home price is 164,900 and current median real estate price in the area is about $182,755. Lastly, the current average rental price for housing in Antioch is $1,243.
The neighborhood is part of the Davidson County School District, which has a student body of approximately 82,000 students and about 164 schools. Schools in the neighborhood of Antioch include Cane Ridge Elementary, Antioch High School, Apollo Middle School, J.E. Moss Elementary and others. The neighborhood has Metro Greenway projects along the banks of Mill Creek, as well as a huge park space which has recently been purchased for the use of the community by Metro Parks. Antioch also features an ice center with two ice rinks, a wonderful modern community center, and a fully equipped library. Homes for sale in the neighborhood are primarily small-medium single-family homes. Other real estate options are predominantly units in low-rise apartment complexes. To begin the search for the home of your dreams in the cozy neighborhood of Antioch, call friendly local real estate agent Pauline Charlton today 615 482 2257.
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