Lifetime Products, Inc., has purchased a 360,000-square-foot industrial building at 2015 Eastbridge Drive, and will bring more than 500 jobs to Knox County.
The deal was brokered by James Roberson, CCIM and Townsend Collins, SIOR with NAI Knoxville.
Lifetime, a Utah-based firm that is the world’s leading manufacturer of polyethylene folding tables, chairs, and residential basketball hoops, will use the existing 360,000 square foot building for warehousing and distribution and will expand the building for its manufacturing operation.
The deal was announced on Friday afternoon at a ceremony attended by officials including Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam; Knox County Mayor Tim Burchett; Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero; and Tennessee Commissioner of Economic and Community Development Randy Boyd.
For more details, read the News Sentinel story here.