Pryor Brown’s Fate Uncertain

Pryor Brown Garage

Pryor Brown's Fate Uncertain

A developer pulls out of the deal to turn an antique parking garage into condos and retail

by scott barker • september 13, 2018

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The fate of the Pryor Brown Garage in downtown Knoxville remains up in the air after the settlement of a lawsuit between developers.
Developer Rick Dover, who most recently opened the restored Farragut Hotel on Gay Street, is no longer involved in the Pryor Brown project.
The 76,000-square-foot building dates back to the 1920s.
Dover and Robyn Askew, the attorney representing the Conley family, which owns the garage, have issued identical statements:
“The parties in the Pryor Brown lawsuit have resolved all issues, and the suit has been dismissed. Mr. Dover is no longer involved with the project.
Pryor Brown, LLC is actively working on a redevelopment plan for...

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