Music’s Hottest Neighborhoods (And Where to Go When You’re in Music City)
As real estate prices and bucolic settings continue to lure musicians, artists and designers from city centers to artsy suburbs, a new crop of hip nabes is emerging in the music-biz hubs of New York, Los Angeles and Nashville. Billboard tracks the cool spots in each music haven from East Nashville (which is “like Brooklyn in the late 1990s,” says Jameson Roper, founder-agent at luxury real estate firm Caden Roper) to L.A.’s Highland Park and just-upstate Hudson, N.Y. “Towns like Hudson aren’t suburbs at all,” says Suburban Jungle Realty founder Allison Bernstein.
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