Wednesday Briefing

An auction of Villa Collina is scheduled for this evening. KNS

A hospitality development aimed at adventure travelers is planned in South Knoxville. KNS

Knoxville City Council has taken a first step toward removing church buffers for beer permits. KNS

A West Knox County industrial site has received a certification from ECD. KNS


NAI Knoxville represents buyer, seller in Maryville office deal


NAI Knoxville handled both sides of a recent transaction involving the sale of a corporate office building in downtown Maryville.

Principal broker Maribel Koella, CCIM, SIOR, CRE, represented Ruby Tuesday, which sold the 40,000-square-foot property at 150 W. Church Avenue for $2.8 million. Matt Fentress, CCIM, SIOR, represented the buyer, fashion retailer Altar’d State. The transaction closed on Friday.

Fentress, who specializes in office and investment transactions, said Altar’d State is a rapidly growing company that will provide a boost to the Blount County economy. “We’re excited that we helped to bring an additional company headquarters into Maryville,” he said.

Thursday Briefing

Report: Rick Dover will redevelop the former South High School. KNS

Architect Faris Eid will be honored tonight by the East Tennessee Community Design Center. KNS

An Athens manufacturing firm announced expansion plans on Wednesday. KNS

A Maryville bakery has closed. KNS

The former Ruby Tuesday in Oak Ridge has been demolished, making way for another restaurant chain. Oak Ridge Today


Tuesday Briefing


Southeastern Development has released a rendering of the planned Regal Entertainment headquarters along the South Waterfront, and said the first units in a multi-family project currently under construction are scheduled for delivery in 2017. Southeastern

Church Street United Methodist Church is planning an $8 million renovation. KNS

Kmart is closing its store on Illinois Avenue, in Oak Ridge. Oak Ridge Today

A Cincinnati development firm has a Cool Springs property under contract. Tennessean