||One mile to the on ramps for I-40, Chapman Hwy, and Alcoa Hwy. Two miles to the I-40 I-75 North split.
||12 miles or 17 Minutes to McGhee Tyson
||A link showcasing the builder's completed projects:
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|Typical SF / Floor:
||Aluminum Siding, Stucco
||Aluminum Siding and Stucco are most common for ICF construction.
|Total Parking Spaces:
||Cable, DSL, ISDN, Satellite, T1/T3, Gigabit, Dialup, Other
2.3.1. - I-2 restricted manufacturing and warehousing district.
General description. The industrial district is established to provide areas in which the principal use of land is for light manufacturing and assembly plants, processing, storage, warehousing, wholesaling and distribution. It is the intent that permitted uses are conducted so that noise, odor, dust and glare of each operation is completely confined within an enclosed building. These industries may require direct access to rail, air, or street transportation routes; however, the size and volume of the raw materials and finished products involved should not produce the volume of freight generated by the uses of the general and heavy industrial districts. Regulations are intended to prevent frictions between uses within the district and also to protect nearby residential districts.
Uses permitted. Property and buildings in the I-2 restricted manufacturing and warehousing district shall be used only for the following purposes:
Any use, except a residential use, permitted in the I-1 planned industrial park district. No residential use, except sleeping facilities required by caretakers or night watchmen employed on the premises, shall be permitted in an I-2 industrial district.
A retail or service use only where it directly serves or is auxiliary to the needs of industrial plants or employees thereof.
Any of the following uses shall be permitted:
Business signs as regulated in article V, section 10.
Bottling or packaging works.
Electrical appliances and equipment assembly.
Electronic equipment assembly and manufacturing.
Engraving and/or printing plant.
Instrument and meter manufacturing.
Laundry and cleaning establishments.
Leather goods fabrication.
Optical goods manufacturing.
Paper products fabrication.
Public utility service yard or electrical receiving or transforming station.
Sporting goods manufacturing.
The manufacturing, compounding, processing, packaging and treatment of bakery goods, candy, and food products.
Wholesale or warehousing enterprise.
Offices, such as engineering offices, which are directly related to the industrial function.
Manufacturing, wholesaling or warehousing including accessory sales, installation, service and office on the same premises, provided, however, that the space devoted to accessory uses does not exceed twenty (20) percent of the gross floor area of the establishment.
Self service storage facilities.
Craft breweries, distilleries and wineries.
||SITUATED in District Five (5) of Knox County, Tennessee, and within the 24th Ward of the City of Knoxville, Tennessee, and being known and designated as all of Lot 54R, in the Resubdivision of Lots 41-44, 49-60 and Part of Lots 47 and 48, B. H. Sprankle's West End Addition, as show by map of same of record in Instrument No. 201508280013583, in the Register's Office for Knox County, Tennessee, to which map specific reference is hereby made for a more particular description. No boundary survey having been made at the time of this conveyance and the legal description being different than the previous deed of record, the source of the new description is the recorded map of record in Instrument No. 201508280013583, the Register's Office of Knox County, Tennessee.