First Residents Poised to Move into The Daniel

My first visit to what I then called the “John H. Daniel Building” offered an interior (and to a lesser extent exterior) view that is hard to comprehend about nine months later. Assuming you haven’t seen the original article or it’s been a while, I would encourage you to go there now¬†and at least look […]

Plans and a Look Inside the John H. Daniel Building

It’s really a set of three buildings which have long been internally connected. The oldest is 124 West Jackson which is distinguished by its more ornamental facade. As Knoxville’s economy shifted from mills to the manufacture of textiles, the building was constructed sometime in the last years of the 1890s for that purpose and never […]

City People Home Tour 2015, Part Two

We’ll start the second half of the revue of the tour with one of my favorite homes in the city, in one of my favorite buildings. The Holston was one of the first to be converted to condos in the most recent wave. Built in 1913 as a bank building and representing Knoxville’s tallest building […]

More Homes around Market Square, CDC Tour 2013

In this final post from the Community Design Center Tour, we’ll look at several homes: one owned and others leased. Some are newly built in old buildings and one has been around for a while. All offer excellent views and one has a roof-top deck, something not found with great frequency around downtown. The first […]