If you’re looking for a place to rent, you’ll have to pay a little more.
The average rent in Nashville is $1,050 per month, according to a new report from The Associated Press.
But if you’re a millennial, the average rent is $2,742.
The most expensive apartment in Nashville, by far, is the one at the corner of Vanderbilt Avenue and Broad Street, with an asking price of $3,250 per month.
It’s on the second floor of a two-story brick building that once housed a bowling alley and was once home to the University of Tennessee’s basketball team.
The AP said the median rent for a single-family home in Nashville this year is $5,700.
The report said the city’s rental market is also growing fast.
It said there are more people living in the metro area than ever before, and it’s adding more apartments every year.
Nashville is the most densely populated city in the country, and the population has increased more than fivefold in just two decades.
The city has seen the number of people living alone nearly double since 1999, the AP said.
It also saw the number rise about 20% between 2015 and 2020.