Memphis, Tennessee

Grind City

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Young Professionals

Downtown draws a mix of young professionals and empty nesters looking to have an easy walk to work and to the big entertainment district, filled with theaters, bars, restaurants and overall social energy. Crosstown is an up-and-coming neighborhood with a more arts district vibe if you favor a bit more quirk in your area.

  • Downtown
  • Crosstown
  • Midtown



Midtown is a funkified, artsy neighborhood with huge historic homes and an eclectic bar, music and restaurant scene. One of the most diverse neighborhoods in the city it draws artists and progressives who want something more authentic in their neighbor and nightlife experiences.

  • Midtown
  • Cooper-Young
  • South Main



Cooper-Young is the center of the city for the LGBTQ+ community in Memphis. Tons of LGBTQ owned and supportive bars, restaurants and night-time entertainment are surrounded by cool iconic housing options. Crosstown also offers nightlife and community-friendly options.

  • Cooper-Young
  • Crosstown

Harbor Town


Young progressive families will hang on to their city lifestyle in the Cooper-Young neighborhood. Great bungalow housing pulls them in and the lifestyle keeps them here. Harbor Town is a good option if you want to be near downtown but are ready for a bit more quiet for you and the kiddos. A smaller number of family-friendly restaurants and upscale townhomes and condos pull in both wealthy young families and empty nesters who like overlooking the Mississippi River.

  • Cooper-Young
  • Harbor Town
  • East Memphis