After taking a breather, developers David Dewhirst and Mark Heinz are lining up projects north and east of the city’s core.
A Split Decision
Planning commissioners give a little to both sides of a zoning battle over a
North Knox County subdivision.
The city sees an Old City hotel project as the first new development generated by the planned multi-use stadium.
Pay as You Grow?
Two Hardin Valley subdivisions highlight the county’s challenge in funding infrastructure — and the sway it gives developers.
Field Dreams Dashed
West Knox neighborhoods fail in their efforts to preserve a rare patch of undeveloped land.
Growth on Ruggles Ferry
Despite vocal opposition, the Knoxville-Knox County Planning Commission approves a 475-unit subdivision for a farm in East Knox County.
Filling In Farragut
A new development aims to provide something the West Knox County suburb has long lacked: a town center.
As Knox County prepares to update its vision for the future, officials confront the difficulty of keeping up with changing conditions.
A controversial Tooles Bend plan is rebuffed by a second court ruling, on the basis of a sewage plant that developers say they don’t intend to build.
Building on Beverly’s Hills
Third time’s the charm at County Commission for a developer planning a subdivision on a steep and difficult site in North Knoxville.