Developing Knoxville’s Future with Sixty-Year-Old Codes

It would be kind of crazy, wouldn’t it, if we stated our intention of guiding Knoxville’s current and future development boom with the principles and ideals of the 1960s? You know, the same era of planning that gave us Interstates bisecting our city, parking lots replacing historic buildings, strip malls and urban sprawl. It might […]

City Proposes New Short Term Rental Regulations

It’s been almost six months since the city held a public hearing to discuss short term rentals. Starting at that point, city officials took public comment and began formulating a policy to regulate short term rentals. You might call them “AirBnb’s,” but that’s just one of the companies following the new model of leasing private […]