This self-guided tour will showcase a variety of living options across downtown Knoxville. There’s something for every taste. Homes range from studios to multi-bedrooms, historic to newly-constructed, for young professionals, families and empty-nesters. Buildings new to the tour this year include Mill Place Condos, Medical Arts, the Shamrock Suite in the Burwell Building, Knoxville High School and The Daniel.
Unit Details: 465 Walnut Street, Unit B03
2 bedrooms, 1,131 square feet
Design Style: Urban yard sale (Most things haven’t been purchased in a store.)
A Favorite Detail: The original brick from the building when it was built in 1927 and the exposed piping give it a homey yet industrial feel to it.
Unit Details: 465 Walnut Street, Unit 205
studio, 530 square feet
Design Style: Eclectic, light, and minimalist
A Favorite Detail: The original metal windows and a brick wall that was left irregular and jagged, which adds character
Unit Details: 505 Market Street, Unit 701
785 square feet, 1 bedroom
Design Style: Clean and simple with art
A Favorite Detail: The giant support column in the center of the main area is a striking 113 year-old feature
Unit Details: 505 Market Street, Unit 704
1 bedroom, 690 square feet
Design Style: Modern, textured, artsy, clean, efficient
A Favorite Detail: Nine west-facing windows offer a breathtaking view of the city and the sunset.
burwell building (shamrock suite)
Unit Details: 602 South Gay Street
3 bedrooms, 2800 square feet
Design Style: Warm elegance using natural elements
A Favorite Detail: One bedroom has gorgeous original ornate molding on the ceiling and large bas relief panels that are painted to look like marble.
Medical arts building
Unit Details: 603 W. Main Street, Unit 604
2 bedrooms, 935 square feet
Design Style: Modern, colorful, fun. Everything we love
A Favorite Detail: Walking in and out of the perfectly restored lobby everyday, crossing the street to come inside the building and seeing it there with all of its gorgeous exterior detailing.
Unit Details: 118 W. Jackson Ave., Unit 111
2 bedrooms, 1400 square feet
Design Style: Mid-century modern
A Favorite Detail: We have wonderful exposed brick, tall ceilings, century-old wood floors.
Unit Details: 118 W. Jackson Ave., Unit 421
studio, 830 square feet
Design Style: Eclectic, modern, warm neutral palate with pops
A Favorite Detail: I have a wall of twelve gorgeous windows overlooking West Jackson Avenue and much of the Old City. The unit is dripping with light.
Unit Details: 101 E. 5th Avenue
80 apartments from studios to 2 bedrooms
Design Style: Modern comfort meets historic preservation
A Favorite Detail: We’re proud of our several restored stairwells.
Unit Details: 418 South Gay Street, Unit 505
1 bedroom, 1040 square feet
Design Style: Contemporary, party-ready, old meets new
A Favorite Detail: Original brick wall
residences at market square
Unit Details: 440 Walnut Street, Unit 201
2 bedrooms, 1600 square feet
Design Style: A mix of urban and modern
A Favorite Detail: My favorite architectural detail is the “exposed” brick we added to several key walls in the space.
Mill Place Condos
Unit Details: 129 S. Gay Street, Unit 301
2 bedrooms, 2,500 square feet
Design Style: Downtown eclectic modern
A Favorite Detail: We love the rooftop patio and catwalk for viewing cityscapes and sunsets