This neighborhood is where all the magic happens. While there are a few residential spaces, the main focus of Music Row is, of course, the music. Covering just a very small area between Belmont and Midtown, this neighborhood is the home to various recording studios, executive offices, publishing houses, and music company headquarters. What will you find on Music Row?Continue Reading
Music Row Real Estate
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Offices for GAC, or Great American Country, take up a large part of one building. Sony has a distinct presence, as well as Universal Music Group. Some of the smaller homes along 16th and 17th Avenues have been converted into independent recording studios, publicity firms, and creative marketing companies. No matter where you turn, you’re sure to see a company you’ve come to recognize for excellence in music.
If you do want to live in this area, you can find a few condos and small single-family cottages. Most of the cottages are from the 1920s, when this area began to really develop. The residential areas are a few streets away from the commercial success of 16th and 17th Avenues, but they’re still Music Row addresses. You’ll be within walking distance of some of music’s greatest legends.