Charlotte Park & The Nations
The neighborhood once served as a meeting place for local native tribes in order for them to communicate - hence ‘The Nations.’ The Nations has roots as a distinctly industrial park of town, which is highlighted by the stunning silo-turned mural that towers just north of it. The area has undergone a phenomenal transformation, converting from industry to living space.
Just up Charlotte Pike lies the new Hill Center Sylvan Heights development, a mixed-use project home to great dinning and retailers, including Double Dogs, a fantastic place to catch a Preds game or just grab lunch, and Chaatable, a twist on Indian street food by acclaimed chef Maneet Chauhan. Hattie B’s is Nashville hottest spot to try Nashville’s hottest - in any sense of the word - food: hot chicken. Hattie B’s offers a great rendition of the famous Nashville hot chicken, along with fantastic sides and a great beer selection.
The Nations benefits from a continuation of the Richland Creek Greenway at England Park, but also has its own standalone park at West Park. West Park is complete with a community center that provides community engagement events as well as after-school activities. The Nations is also home to two must-try breweries in the form of Fat Bottom and Turtle Anarchy.
The Stocking 51 mixed use development brings a number of shopping destinations as well.