701 E. Hill
KNOXVILLE, TN | 194 Unit Multifamily Opportunity Zone Development
Key Investment Highlights
- 194-unit Class A multifamily development in the heart of Downtown Knoxville.
- Key Urban Location – Ideally situated near three highly trafficked interstates (I-40, I-75, and I-81) and adjacent to the Tennessee River.
- Close Proximity to University of Tennessee – Only 1.2 miles from campus in the heart of Knoxville, offering a short, walkable commute to house off-campus students.
- PILOT (Payment-in-Lieu-of-Taxes) Program Potential – Under this program, the current property taxes are frozen for a number of years to incentivize development projects in the area.
- Shovel Ready Site With Zoning in Place – Current zoning allows for multi-family dwellings and mixed-used developments with dwellings above the ground floor.
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701 E. Hill,
Knoxville, TN 37915
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