Nashville is a vibrant city, boasting a massive footprint and a rich history. The Five Points Neighborhood is a bustling hotspot of culture and industry in East Nashville, and working here means there’s opportunity for adventure every day.
The benefits of working anywhere in Nashville are plenty. Music City is rich with opportunities that are anything but run-of-the-mill. If you’re lucky enough to work in the heart of Nashville’s Five Points neighborhood, or you’re looking to make the area your new office, we have some tips for finding the best in everything right out the gate. And if you’ve been here a while already, we hope to show you something new that’s a little off the beaten path.
Four Benefits of Visiting Nashville’s Five Points Neighborhood
1. The Food
The Five Points neighborhood has so much more to offer a professional like you than chain restaurants and stuffy, overpriced cafes. Be it New York, Chicago, Detroit, or Nashville-style, pizza is readily available for lunch breaks or stops on the way home from a productive work day. Indulge a little, you’ve earned it.
If you want a New York-style slice or a heaping helping of garlic knots, you won’t be disappointed by Five Points Pizza East. This casual eatery offers healthy but satisfying salads, pizza by the slice, whole pies, and stromboli. But what is pizza without beer? Featuring a rotating tap of local and craft beers, Five Points Pizza East is sure to satisfy even the most particular beer snob in the group.
In the unlikely case you get tired of Five Points Pizza, the neighborhood provides multiple pizza options. BoomBozz Craft Pizza & Taphouse is another choice location for ordering whole pies and delicious craft beers. Boasting a robust menu with tons of appetizers like wings and pretzels, to desserts like baked-to-order cookies with a side of ice cream, this restaurant is sure to satisfy your hunger (and thirst).
Want a classic burger with a modern twist? Look no further than Burger & Company, located right in C615’s Five Points Alley Shops. Burger & Company offers sizable and delicious burgers, sandwiches, and milkshakes. Planning a work lunch with friends? The Bag o’ Burgers is the perfect option, offering five BC burgers and five orders of fries. Did someone say ‘convenient?’
Looking for something a bit lighter? Deep Sea Vegan is a black-owned, vegan pop-up experience that provides vegan bites in the Five Points neighborhood. For something unique, try the deep sea fish sandwich, a fully vegan fish sandwich with signature sauce, candied jalapenos, and more. Satisfy your sweet tooth with their butterscotch beach bites, delicious vegan cookies made with African baobab. This pop-up isn’t always open, so pay close attention and get in while you can! You can also head over to Hawkers, an Asian street food delight located right at the bottom of Center 615’s Loft building.
2. The Accessibility
So, how easy is it to get to and around the Five Points neighborhood in Nashville? Luckily for us all, the answer is: very easy. Besides the obvious options like Uber and Lyft, there are plenty of public transportation resources available. WeGo Public Transit is Nashville’s transit system, with many stops in and around the Five Points neighborhood. Bike and ride with convenient bike mounting on all buses, or catch a train into the city for work. Five Points is also a very walkable area of Nashville, so don’t sweat taking a nice stroll through this compact, scenic neighborhood on your way to or from work.
3. The Places You’ll Go
There’s no shortage of shopping to do in Five Points, and C615 plays host to a variety of eclectic businesses in the Five Points Alley Shops. Defunct Books is an independent bookstore that offers a huge variety of rare, out-of-print books, as well as hundreds of used books from contemporary authors. Get lost in the stacks on your lunch break – we promise you’ll have a good time. There are countless shops to visit just in the Five Points Alley Shops, so let’s highlight a few more places you can lose an afternoon browsing in.
Goodbuy Girls have an incredible selection of vintage clothing, and are known nationally for their highly curated cowgirl boots. Shop here and you’ll be among celebrities like Kacey Musgraves and Lana Del Rey who have shopped with the Goodbuy Girls (or been styled by the owner Tanya Montana Coe). Looking to lead or maintain a more sustainable lifestyle? Look no further than The Good Fill, a shop offering a variety of refills and bulk, eco-friendly products for the home and body.
4. Working in Style
Center 615 offers a huge variety of office, coworking, meeting, and event spaces in the heart of Nashville’s Five Points neighborhood. If you’re working here, chances are you’re enjoying some of the perks of Center 615 already. From the Five Points Alley Shops to the Main Street Gallery and more, C615 has much to do with what keeps Five Points awesome.
Want to work with us? We have a variety of office rentals, and also offer unique coworking spaces to network and get things done. Find your new startup’s perfect office space, or stop in and make use of a drifter desk for an afternoon out of your home office.
Need to impress a client, but your garage isn’t exactly the perfect place for a pitch meeting? We rent meeting spaces with various themes, all designed to meet different needs and budgets. Work alone at a Designated Desk for just $500, month-to-month, with no contract or commitment to worry about. Rent a small office for yourself or a small team for only $100 daily. Enjoy amenities like free parking, wifi, a wellness room for napping and meditation, a fitness room with showers, and free coffee and tea in the break rooms.
No matter your needs, Center 615 has something for you, all located conveniently in the unique Five Points neighborhood of Nashville. Want to learn more? Schedule a tour to learn more about our offices, shops, meeting rooms, and event spaces.