Over the last few years, this neighborhood has seen massive transition. With new construction covering every street, this neighborhood is filled with young professionals looking for somewhere in the city to call home. An abandoned-factory-turned-trendy-retail space is the heart of this neighborhood where pieces of history blend with modern conveniences.
The area is filled with social young professionals enjoy the many neighborhood restaurants. The industrial style that remains influences the culture which reflects its approachable, laid-back demeanor. Neighbors boast “Nations pride” and the sense of community can be felt.
Contemporary meets historic charm in the Nations as old factories, gas stations, and churches have been converted into restaurants and retail spaces. Recent revitalization has transformed this neighborhood; it’s affordability brought with it new restaurants, breweries, and local boutiques. Streets can now be seen filled with young couples walking to their favorite spots. Get ready for a an environment full of youthful energy and an industrial flare.
A majority of the residential real estate found in the Nations are new construction, single family homes - most being “tall and skinnies.” While the Nations used to boast affordability, it’s popularity is seen through the prices creeping up over the past year.