Update on Hi-Wire Brewing Tasting Room in South Knoxville

Last February, plans were announced for having a tasting room for Asheville’s Hi-Wire Brewing Company at 906 Sevier Avenue in South Knoxville. The addition of an award-winning Asheville brewery to our local landscape continues the expansion of the craft beer movement and extends its economic impact. It also furthers the rapid redevelopment of south Knoxville […]

New Apartment Development Announced for South Knoxville

Foggy Bottom Flats, a new construction, town home style, development project has broken ground behind Landing House on Foggy Bottom Road. Foggy Bottom Flats is being developed by a team including Brett Honeycutt, Jan Conley, Brian Simmons, Brian Ewers, Tim Ewers and Garry Ferraris. Early architectural plans were completed by Honeycutt, but Dollar and Ewers […]

Hi-Wire Brewing Coming to South Knoxville

Eight months ago news broke that a building on the 900 block of Sevier Avenue would be developed with a number of businesses joining to fill the large space. Presented as a possible smaller scale version of Pike Place Market, no timeline was given with the announcement as plans were in a very early phase. […]

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 […]

Baker Creek Bottoms Evolving and Moving Forward

It’s another piece of evidence that the Urban Wilderness isn’t just a fanciful idea for a few cycling or trail running enthusiasts, but rather is an economic force that is growing south Knoxville. We’ve seen the impact in a number of ways, but the Baker Creek Bottoms project is perhaps the most directly related large-scale […]