Lovell Crossing Apartment Homes

Lovell Crossing is an upscale apartment community that offers spectacular amenities, quality design, and outstanding access to the fantastic shopping and restaurants at nearby Turkey Creek and other locations. Work, shop, pay and stay … The Lovell Crossing Way.

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Walden Legacy at Middlebrook Pike

Walden Legacy at Middlebrook Pike Apartment Homes in Knoxille, TN, offers spacious one, two, and three bedroom apartments. Each of their apartment homes features updated black kitchen appliances, beautiful maple cabinetry, spacious walk-in closets, and washer and dryer connections. All of the floorplans are pre-wired for high speed internet access, and in select apartments they offer sunrooms and/or nine-foot ceilings. As a resident, you will experience comfort and unparalleled service in addition to resort-style amenities. Enjoy a swim in the beautiful pool, lounge on the sundeck or take advantage of the executive business center with 24-hour wi-fi. Spend time getting to know the neighbors while participating in one of their resident events, or while enjoying a picnic at one of the onsite grilling areas. Read more

Bristol Park Apartments

Located in progressive, sophisticated Oak Ridge TN, Bristol Park Apartments offers a luxurious living experience for those looking for a superior standard in quality and service. Bristol Park, located in beautiful Oak Ridge, Tennessee, is the areas finest premier apartment community. They offer luxuriously appointed 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment homes. Bristol Park offers a lifestyle of convenient services specifically designed to exceed your expectations.

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Centennial Village Apartment Homes

Centennial Village Apartments is located on the shores of Melton Hill Lake and provides a tranquil lakeside lifestyle. We are a gated community offering gorgeous panoramic views and amenities you deserve. Our community is equipped with a salt water pool, sand volleyball court, fitness studio, billiard room, media center, park, car wash and pet grooming station, and much more. Your apartment will feature full size washer and dryers, generous closets, 9 foot ceilings, and sophisticated finishes just to mention a few. At Centennial Village Apartments, we believe that building trust and relationships is just as important as providing an exceptional apartment home. Come experience how home should feel.

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Legacy Pointe Apartments

Built in 2008, Legacy hosts 252 units and after five years of completed construction, we continue to be one of Knoxville’s luxury complexes. Legacy Pointe has spacious 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes. Enjoy luxury amenities such as our 24-hour state of the art fitness center and our sparkling salt-water swimming pool with famous mushroom fountain. Legacy also offers a billiards room, a business center with free WiFi, and convenient car wash center. We are a very pet friendly and accept most dogs up to 85 lbs with a one-time pet fee and NO monthly pet rent. Read more

Bridgeway Apartments

Bridgeway Apartment Homes offer modern features and distinctions that are specifically designed for convenience, luxury and value. It’s about having more quality time to spend with family and friends, upgraded interiors, flexible spaces and the ideal floor plan to suit your lifestyle.

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811 East Downtown

Experience Knoxville’s brand new luxury community, 811 East Downtown and “Change the Way You Live.” 811 East Downtown offers a unique concept for an urban community that combines the excitement of downtown living with easy access to parks and Knoxville’s largest greenway. Read more

Knoxville TN

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Knoxville is a city in the U.S. state of Tennessee, and the county seat of Knox County. The city had an estimated population of 183,270 in 2013, and a population of 178,874 as of the 2010 census, making it the state’s third largest city after Nashville and Memphis. Knoxville is the principal city of the Knoxville Metropolitan Statistical Area, which, in 2013, had an estimated population of 852,715. The KMSA is, in turn, the central component of the Knoxville-Sevierville-La Follette Combined Statistical Area, which, in 2013, had a population of 1,096,961.

Economy

In the 2010 ACCRA Cost of Living Index, Knoxville was rated 89.6 (the national average was 100). Kiplinger ranked Knoxville at #5 in its list of Best Value Cities 2011 citing “college sports, the Smoky Mountains and an entrepreneurial spirit.” In April 2008, Forbes magazine named Knoxville among the Top 10 Metropolitan Hotspots in the United States, and within Forbes’ Top 5 for Business & Careers, just behind cities like New York and Los Angeles. In 2007, there were over 19,000 registered businesses in Knoxville. The city’s businesses are served by the 2,100-member Knoxville Area Chamber Partnership. The Knoxville Chamber is one of six partners in the Knoxville-Oak Ridge Innovation Valley, which promotes economic development in Knox and surrounding counties.

Culture

Knoxville is home to a rich arts community and has many festivals throughout the year. Its contributions to old-time, bluegrass and country music are numerous, from Flatt & Scruggs and Homer & Jethro to the Everly Brothers.The Knoxville Symphony Orchestra (KSO), established in 1935, is the oldest continuing orchestra in the southeast. In its May 2003 “20 Most Rock & Roll towns in the U.S.” feature, Blender ranked Knoxville the 17th best music scene in the United States. In the 1990s, noted alternative-music critic Ann Powers, author of Weird Like Us: My Bohemian America, referred to the city as “Austin without the hype”.

The city also hosts numerous art festivals, including the 17-day Dogwood Arts Festival in April, which features art shows, crafts fairs, food and live music. Also in April is the Rossini Festival, which celebrates opera and Italian culture. June’s Kuumba (meaning creativity in Swahili) Festival commemorates the region’s African American heritage and showcases visual arts, folk arts, dance, games, music, storytelling, theater, and food. Autumn on the Square showcases national and local artists in outdoor concert series at historic Market Square, which has been revitalized with specialty shops and residences. Every Labor Day brings Boomsday, the largest Labor Day fireworks display in the United States, to the banks of the Tennessee River between Neyland Stadium and downtown.

Sports

The University of Tennessee’s athletics programs, nicknamed the “Volunteers,” or the “Vols,” are immensely popular in Knoxville and the surrounding region. Neyland Stadium, where the Vols’ football team plays, is one of the largest stadiums in the world, and Thompson-Boling Arena, home of the men’s and women’s basketball teams, is one of the nation’s largest indoor basketball arenas. The telephone area code for Knox County and eight adjacent counties is 865 (VOL). Knoxville is also the home of the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame, almost entirely thanks to the success of Pat Summitt and the University of Tennessee women’s basketball team.

Nashville TN

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Nashville is the capital of the U.S. state of Tennessee and the county seat of Davidson County. Nashville is the second largest city in Tennessee, after Memphis, and is the fourth largest city in the Southeastern United States. It is located on the Cumberland River in the north-central part of the state. The city is a center for the music, healthcare, publishing, banking and transportation industries, and is home to numerous colleges and universities. Reflecting the city’s position in state government, Nashville is home to the Tennessee Supreme Court’s courthouse for Middle Tennessee. It is known as a center of the music industry, earning it the nickname “Music City”.

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Live music can be seen and heard every day and night of the week in Nashville. The world-famous honky tonks, located on Broadway, offer free live music 365 days a year. And with more than 130 music venues around town ranging from large arenas and concert halls to small clubs and featuring nearly every genre of music, it’s easy to see why this is the city that “music calls home.”

The Schermerhorn Symphony Center, home to the renowned, Grammy award-winning Nashville Symphony, anchors the downtown end of the recently designated Music Mile. The Music Mile is a symbolic stretch of roadway connecting the $123 million Symphony Center with the music district of Music Row, the vibrant new entertainment venues on Demonbreun Street, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, the Music City Walk of Fame and the Bridgestone Arena. The Music Mile perfectly illustrates how the music of Music City is indeed a common thread throughout the business, cultural and entertainment sectors of Nashville.

Music City evokes vivid images – a single spotlight illuminating a microphone, skyscrapers towering protectively over the Mother Church of Country Music, stately Southern mansions, a Greek temple sitting serenely on a grassy knoll. The area’s many attractions paint a picture of this unique Southern city and leave an indelible impression on all who visit.

Economy

As the “home of country music”, Nashville has become a major music recording and production center. Although Nashville is renowned as a music recording center and tourist destination, its largest industry is health care. Nashville is home to more than 300 health care companies. The automotive industry is also becoming increasingly important for the entire Middle Tennessee region. Bridgestone has a strong presence with their North American headquarters located in Nashville, with manufacturing plants and a distribution center in nearby counties. Other major industries in Nashville include insurance, finance, and publishing (especially religious publishing). Nashville is also known for some of their famously popular Southern confections.

Fortune 500 companies with offices within Nashville include Dell, HCA, Bridgestone, Community Health Systems, Nissan North America, Tractor Supply Company,UBS and Dollar General. In 2013, the city ranked No. 5 on Forbes list of the Best Places for Business and Careers. In 2015 Forbes put Nashville as the 4th Best City for White Collar Jobs. In 2015, Business Facilities’ 11th Annual Rankings report named Nashville the number one city for Economic Growth Potential.

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Chattanooga TN


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Chattanooga is the fourth-largest city in the U.S. state of Tennessee, with a population of 167,674 as of the 2010 census, and an estimated population of 171,279 in 2012. It is the seat of Hamilton County, located in southeastern Tennessee in East Tennessee, on Chickamauga Lake and Nickajack Lake, which are both part of the Tennessee River.  Centrally located, Chattanooga abuts the Georgia border and is at the junction of four interstate highways.

  • 20 miles to the northwest of Atlanta, Georgia
  • 120 miles to the southwest of Knoxville, Tennesseet
  • 135 miles to the southeast of Nashville, Tennessee
  • 120 miles to northeast of Huntsville, Alabama
  • 148 miles to the northeast of Birmingham, Alabama 

Tourism Attractions … “Take Me There”

Chattanooga, Tennessee is one of the South’s top travel destinations. In fact, the New York Times named Chattanooga TN one of the “Top 45 Places to go” in the World.  Only four US destinations were named and the Scenic City was the only place outside of California.  And it’s no wonder. Tucked between the mountains of Southeast Tennessee, along the beautiful Tennessee River, Chattanooga TN is one of America’s most breathtaking cities. But that’s just the beginning of what the Scenic City has to offer. There’s a world of outdoor adventure, amazing restaurants, live events, art and world-class attractions waiting for you here. So you can see why their slogan is “Take Me There”.

Attractions such as the Tennessee Aquarium,   Lookout Mountain, Civil War battlefield sites, the African American Museum, and the Appalachian Trail bring thousands of people to the area, as do events like the Riverbend Festival, Bessie Smith Strut, Fall Color Cruise, the Creative Discovery Museum for children, and the Southern Writers Conference. Chattanooga is the home of NCAA Division I-AA national football championships and hosts the national softball championships every year.

Historic Revitalization

The city has received national recognition for the renaissance of its beautiful downtown and redevelopment of its riverfront. The city boasts the most productive affordable housing program in the nation, and is notable for leveraging development funds through effective public/private partnerships, with significant civic involvement on the part of private foundations. Chattanooga was one of the first US cities to effectively use a citizen visioning process to set specific long-range goals to enrich the lives of residents and visitors.

Economy

The local economy includes a diversified mix of manufacturing and service industries, four colleges, and several preparatory schools known throughout the South. “Sustainability” is a key concept for industry and government working together for enlightened development.  Notable Chattanooga businesses include Access America Transport, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, CBL & Associates,The Chattanooga Bakery, Chattem,the world’s first Coca-Cola bottling plant, Coker Tire, U.S. Xpress Inc., Covenant Transport, Double Cola, CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries, Luken Communications, Miller & Martin, the National Model Railroad Association, Republic Parking System, Rock/Creek, Tricycle Inc., and Unum. The city also hosts large branch offices of Cigna, AT&T, T-Mobile USA, and UBS. McKee Foods Corporation, the maker of nationally known Little Debbie brand snack cakes, is a privately held, family-run company headquartered in nearby Collegedale, Tennessee. In May 2011, Volkswagen Group of America inaugurated its Chattanooga Assembly Plant. In addition to corporate business interests, there are many retail shops in Chattanooga, including two shopping malls.

Tourism and Hospitality has been a growing part of Chattanooga’s economy, with 2014 being the first year for Hamilton County to surpass $1 billion in revenue. Startups have been an increasing trend, due in part to EPB’s fiber optic grid. The Business Development Center is among the nation’s largest incubators, both in square footage and in the number of startups that it supports. Co-working spaces have picked up downtown, including Society of Work and Chattanooga Workspace. Unique in the city is the startup accelerator Gigtank, which utilizes the city’s gigabit capacities and focuses on 3D printing, healthcare, and smartgrid technologies.

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