NASHVILLE EAST BANK
Across the Cumberland River from downtown Nashville, East Bank is a community of distinctive neighborhoods and is arguably one of Nashville’s most urban communities. It is traversed by three main north-south corridors — Dickerson Pike, Main Street/Gallatin Pike (Gallatin Pike) and Ellington Parkway. Limited-access Ellington Parkway primarily serves driving commuters, while Gallatin Pike and Dickerson Pike serve a multi-modal mix of commuters and local traffic.
WeGo Public Transit's Bus Rapid Transit [BRT] Lite service on Gallatin Pike provides the corridor with an additional level of transit reliability and access. Significant restaurant, retail, and service businesses along Gallatin Pike and Dickerson Pike serve both pass-through customers and customers from adjacent neighborhoods. Increasingly, these corridors are becoming destinations in their own right, especially with imaginative, local mixed-use developments at Five Points and along the Main Street/Gallatin Pike corridor.
The area boasts major sports and entertainment venues, such as Nissan Stadium – Home of the Tennessee Titans – and Topgolf Nashville. The East Bank Opportunity Zone is a cluster of three Census tracts and is part of the Nashville Promise Zone. The Cayce, East Bank, Five Points, and Skyline Redevelopment Districts cover parts of the QOZ.