Downtown Nashville is quickly becoming the trendy place to call home in the 21st Century. Converted loft space and upscale condos have taken their place amidst the burgeoning brick and steel wonderland that is downtown Nashville. Renovations abound as suburbanites continue their influx in town. One work in progress is the historic urban village-to-be in The Gulch, destined to be a 20+ acre residential and commercial epicenter. Meanwhile, die-hard urbanites sleep above century-old warehouses within the Second Avenue Historic District. Graced with unique shops, nightclubs, restaurants, and offices, “The District” keeps going long after commuters head home. Full-time downtowners walk to the Frist Center For the Visual Arts, the Bridgestone Arena, LP Field and the new incarnations of the Main Public Library and Country Music Hall of Fame. Slowly but surely, downtown is working its way into an enlivened urban scene.