A Bluebird cafe near Nashville is a $500-a-month, 1,000-square-foot escape for all your cafe needs

A Bluebirds cafe in Nashville is opening up for rent at a cost of just $500 a month, a price that is lower than most of the other cafes around town.

The cafe, called Cafe Lola, is located at the intersection of Westlake Avenue and Westlake Boulevard.

Owner Amy Breen said it is a very affordable option for cafes around the country.

“It’s a great place to get coffee, a great cafe for people that love coffee and are in a hurry,” Breen told ABC News.

“It’s really fun to hang out in here and talk to other people, have a drink and enjoy the view.”

Breen said the cafe’s owners decided to take on a new lease agreement after the city of Nashville passed a $1.5 million bond measure.

She said it was a “very emotional time” for the owners, and she hoped the cafe would become an anchor of the community.

Cafe Lola’s lease will run through the end of December.

Breen is hoping to open the cafe in spring 2019.

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