Infrastructure Tab

Street improvements and new plazas around the new stadium could cost the city as much as $14 million.

Field Preparation

KCDC commissioners vote to create a TIF district to pay for infrastructure and encourage development around the multi-use stadium.

Course Corrected

After taking a $20 million hit from COVID-19, the city’s new public safety complex is on schedule to open in the fall.

Taking Western to New Heights

KCDC hopes to secure a $40 million federal grant to help pay for the transformation of Knoxville’s largest public housing community.

Ready to Tackle a Tower

LMU plans to start preliminary work on renovating Magdalen Clarke Tower immediately after the holidays.

Finding the Right Blend

KCDC is finalizing its master plan for the Austin Homes makeover, which will feature up to 440 mixed-income apartments.

Gaps on Gay Street

Gay St 200 block

Surface parking lots along downtown Knoxville’s premier commercial corridor are prime spots for infill development.

Austin Homes Reimagined

KCDC presents a plan to create a mixed-income community at one of Knoxville’s oldest public housing projects.