Thursday Briefing

The Downtown Design Review Board on Wednesday considered a new design for the former KUB Building, on Gay Street, which is slated to become the headquarters of the Tombras Group. Inside of Knoxville

City officials on Wednesday announced plans for a $2.9 million youth center on Harriet Tubman Street, in the Warehouse District. KNS

Calhoun’s will open an Oak Ridge location, and is aiming for a June opening. KNS

Three cities in East Tennessee will receive $50,000 state grants to promote downtown business growth. KNS

The historic Customs House, in Downtown Nashville, could go back to the federal government because of a proposed change in use. Tennessean

 

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