Gay Street Yoga Opens Downtown

Mary June Thompson became downtown Knoxville’s newest small business owner yesterday with the opening of Gay Street Yoga at 317 N. Gay Street, across from Vienna Coffee and Regas Square Lofts. It may represent the beginning of a number of new businesses to spring up in the area. Mary June is originally from Sevierville where […]

Firehall Apartments at Knoxville High Opens

Dover Development has announced that a portion of the Knoxville High development, the previous Number Three Firehall will be offered as Firehall Apartments. The market-rate apartments will be managed by Senior Solutions, the company which manages Knoxville High Senior Living, but it will not be a part of the senior living component and is open […]

Hard Knox Garage Bar and Food Truck Park to Open in South Knoxville

Two entrepreneurial old friends are turning their sights on south Knoxville with the planned opening of the Hard Knox Garage food truck park. David Yousif and James Tourville have leased a former garage at 1014 Sevier Avenue, with the intention opening a food truck park and bar. The two, even though young, are not strangers […]

Fin-Two Japanese Ale House to Open in the Old City

If ethnic food is what you’ve felt downtown is missing, the good news keeps on rolling. Owner Raymond Yip has announced plans to open Fin-Two in the Old City in the new Crozier Building which I wrote about earlier this week. I reported that there are two retail spaces. One occupies the corner of Willow […]

Kindred Bridal Prepares to Open in the Old City

Kindred Bridal, soon to open at 111 East Jackson, Suite 203, in the Old City continues the string of openings announced in the area. The business is located on the second floor, back side of the building. The choice was intentional on the part of owner Madelyn Cunningham. The business is a destination and she […]