Rider Drives Development Compromise
Council member brings developer, neighborhood association to an agreement over stormwater issues.
by scott barker • October 24, 2018
Satellite image of the site of the proposed Legends at Washington Pike development in Northeast Knoxville. (Credit: Google Maps)
A compromise brokered by Councilwoman Lauren Rider during a protracted discussion at Tuesday’s City Council meeting will enable a residential development on Washington Pike to move forward with the blessing of the Alice Bell/Spring Hill Neighborhood Association.
Residential development on Washington Pike moves forward.
Maddox Companies plans to establish The Legends at Washington Pike, a development consisting of 82 attached units and 179 lots for houses on nearly 59 acres behind the East Knox County shopping center that include...
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