Brick Masonry Building
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Free-Standing Building, Restaurant, Street Retail, Tavern/Bar/Nightclub, Other
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|In Opportunity Zone?
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||Cash to Seller
Overview / Comments
Washington Avenue and the Parkridge neighborhood are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Located off Magnolia Avenue the building abuts the First Creek Greenway, Caswell Park, and the Standard Knitting Mill (which is slated for redevelopment). The property is located within the IRS Code Section 1400Z Opportunity Zone.
Parkridge boasts sidewalks and Victorian houses, many of which have been recently renovated. The neighborhood contains the largest concentration of houses designed by George Franklin Barber, an architect known nationwide for his Victorian house plans. George Barber is father to architect Charles Barber. Knoxville firm Barber McMurray Architects still bears his name.
||On street parking available. Parking may also be developed on the property.
||C-G-2 Zoning allows for a heterogeneous mix of retail, personal service, office, and residential.
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