What’s up East Nashville? See what’s new in this hip neighborhood.

East Nashville is one of Nashville's fastest-growing neighborhoods.

Here is a look at a fraction of our member businesses that are making Chamber East the place to be.

37206 – Greenwood, Five Points and Lockeland Springs

When most people think of East Nashville, this is the part of town they’re envisioning. Home to hip bars, restaurants and the annual Tomato Arts Fest, you can’t go wrong visiting this neighborhood. Here are just a few of our members you should check out next time:

Backyard Axe Throwing League – Have you ever wanted to throw an axe? Did you even know that was a possibility? BATL can accommodate large or small groups for your next event as well as providing walk-in, axe-throwing fun.

Urban Green Lab's Mobile Lab

Urban Green Lab – Urban Green Lab is a nonprofit organization that teaches the Nashville community about sustainability, including at schools using their Mobile Lab. Their Corporate Sustainability Roundtable includes many of our region’s top companies and explores the role of business in creating a more sustainable Nashville.

Smith & Lentz Brewing Co. – This craft brewery has a wide variety of brews on tap and for sale in bottles and growlers. Their taproom is available for events, including completely private get-togethers. You can also catch a movie in the taproom or hang out in the beer garden.

37213 – East Bank

This area includes Nissan Stadium and more along the East bank of the Cumberland River, as well as the Cumberland River Greenway surrounding Ascend Amphitheatre. Though it may be a small area, there are some great businesses who call it home.

Cumberland River Compact – This nonprofit organization is dedicated to enhancing the health and enjoyment of the Cumberland River. You can help support their work by buying a rain garden or rain barrel, adopting a stream for two years of stewardship or becoming a member for special discounts and other benefits.

Boxing instruction at Training Camp Nashville

Training Camp Nashville – If you want to get in touch with your inner fighter, or just want to get in better shape, Training Camp in Nashville can help you get there. This gym offers group fitness classes, MMA training and personal training in their 10,000 square foot facility.

The Bridge Building – A venue can make or break your event and The Bridge Building is an event space that is uniquely Nashville. This venue offers a few different options for events including a riverfront spot, a rooftop overlooking downtown Nashville and a huge indoor space.

37216 – Inglewood, Maynor Place and Grammar Acres

Stretching North to Briley Parkway and West from the Cumberland River to Ellington Parkway, this part of town is mostly residential and growing quickly. As well as Stratford STEM Magnet School and Maplewood High School – both home to Academies of Nashville programs – be sure to check out:

YMCA of Middle Tennessee – Margaret Maddox Family – YMCA of Middle Tennessee has locations throughout our region. This East Nashville location has a pool, group fitness and community programs including CPR training, child literacy programs and support groups.

Reclaimed flooring at Good Wood's warehouse

Good Wood – Good Wood Nashville is a reclaimed lumber company that creates custom furniture, signage, walls, doors and more using reclaimed wood. You can also check out their store to find one-of-a-kind pieces including farmhouse tables, pre-made shelving and doors.

StitchMark – StitchMark offers a consultative approach to your promotional product needs. Instead of choosing your products from a catalog, you can make sure your branded items will help you reach your goals and maintain your brand identity and integrity.

To meet some of the business leaders that make East Nashville so special, come check out our next Chamber East Monthly Networking Coffee by visiting our online event calendar.

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