We're Continuing to Grow
Over the past 15 years, public and private investment has transformed Downtown Knoxville into a thriving commercial and residential center. With an eye on future growth, developers continue to bring vibrant new projects to the downtown footprint with ground-up construction and renovations that safeguard the city’s history and architectural character.
Click through below to learn more about recent projects contributing to the growth of our city center.
Rebuilt from the inside out, the new Marriott is a state-of-the-art hotel campus with 300 rooms plus a 12,000-square-foot gathering area designed to cater to the city’s creative community.
The Kress Building, a landmark on Gay Street since the early 1900s, is finding new life as a multi-purpose development.
State Supreme Court Site
The 1950s-era Supreme Court building, adjacent office tower and parking lot bring new life to an entire city block as flexible-term apartments and an eight-story multifamily development.
The six-story apartment building transforms a two-acre site that previously served as parking lots and adds hundreds of additional residents to the Old City.
A true infill urban residence, the 10-unit condominium building creates a “vertical neighborhood” with flexible design and both indoor and outdoor living space.
125 E Jackson Ave
The 1930s building is being reintroduced to Downtown Knoxville, complete with structural renovations and a total of 18,000 square feet of restaurant and office space.
Cal Johnson Building
With ground-floor commercial space and eight apartments, the State Street project is one of many renovations undertaken to safeguard downtown’s history and character.
Seven luxury town homes provide amenities including two-car garages, elevators, and rooftop decks within easy walking distance of Market Square and the Old City.
Embassy Suites by Hilton
The 13-story Gay Street property, once headquarters to a national bank, is now an upscale hotel well suited for leisure, corporate and group stays.