Franklin has deep roots in history and today blends a charming evocation of the past, a quiet small town atmosphere, and a sophisticated big city sensibility. Surrounded by beautiful and bountiful nature and minutes from downtown Nashville, Franklin has become a retreat for Nashville’s creatives. Because of their efforts and the efforts of visionary citizens of the town, Main Street still features beautiful Antebellum and Victorian homes and a charming and historic downtown shopping area that offers unique dining and entertainment.
O’More is fortunate to sit on a hill directly adjacent to downtown and a little over two blocks from Main Street.
The New York Times had this to say about Nashville in 2013:
Portland knows the feeling. Austin had it once, too. So did Dallas. Even Las Vegas enjoyed a brief moment as the nation’s “it” city.
Now, it’s Nashville’s turn.
Since 2013, Nashville has become the 5th fastest growing creative economy in the country, behind New York, Austin, San Francisco and Dallas. It has the 4th largest and fastest-growing fashion industry in the U.S. And it has cranes everywhere, since it is a target for industry and the nation’s 8th most popular place to move.
Nashville is the place O’More’s students work and play, finding internships and opportunities in and meeting the professionals of Nashville in their classrooms. Students can find the right place to hang, whether they prefer the hipster East Nashville, the young professional haven of Germantown, or trendy 12th South, anchored by Reese Witherspoon’s flagship store Draper James.