Only a few units remaining.
Friday is electric downtown. Everyone is out walking.
First it’s dinner at the Bistro, then over to the Tennessee Theatre to see the Knoxville Symphony. You cap the evening with a
cocktail at Sapphire and then take the short walk up the street to your loft. The elevator doors open to the lobby on your floor, where soft light spills on local art on the walls. You’re home.
The next morning, you wake to a glorious sunrise over the Smokies. You check your email wirelessly, walk your dog across the street on Market Square,
grab some home-baked muffins at the Farmer’s Market, then amble over to the Downtown Grind for a cup of Sumatran joe and a paper. A new day
in the city is here, and people are already out for the festival on the waterfront.
You grab your bike, ring up a friend, and head down to the water.
This is your life. This is the fine art of downtown living at The Gallery Lofts.
- Exquisite One- and Two-story condos from 1100 sq.ft. – 3700 sq.ft.
- Two- and-Three Bedroom Residences
- Private Rooftop Penthouses/Decks & Balconies with Mountain & Downtown Views
- High Ceilings, Large Windows
- Hardwood & Slate Floors
- Stainless Appliances
- Granite Countertops
- Priced from $299,000
- Commissioned and traveling art displayed in common corridors and lobbies
Top Floor Makes Lofts Unique
With downtown Knoxville’s condominium market growing crowded, developers
of The Gallery Lofts grappled with the question every developer
faces — how to make their project distinctive. So partners
Wayne Blasius, John Craig and Faris Eid punched a hole
in the roof... was able to add one-room mezzanine and
penthouse levels to each of the six condos on the top floor... More
Upscale condos add new color to downtown landscape
With recent renovations to historic sites, a proliferation of entertainment and cultural offerings and the emergence of innovative retail destinations downtown Knoxville is in the midst of an urban rebirth. More
Downtown Housing Boom
Tuesday's pre-construction auction underscores the recent demand for
upscale downtown housing in Knoxville. More
Developer Adding High-End Condos to Downtown
Knoxville (WVLT) - This time next year you may not have to battle traffic
and gas prices to get Downtown for the games. More
The Fine Art of Downtown Living
The name Gallery Lofts should be taken at face value, since works by
local artists will
decorate the hallways and other common areas of the historic
building at the corner of
Gay Street and Wall Avenue. More
Hate to Burst Your Bubble Upscale downtown living isn’t going anywhere anytime
Now, should a few of those upper middle-income folks decide to forego
sprawl and settle in the city, the resulting real-estate boom will barely
be started before some folks start poking the supposed bubble with a sharp
Mast plans ‘’06 opening
North Carolina-based Mast General Stores, the first retailer to secure
a tax increment financing deal with the city since downtown’s
south Gay Street was designated as a redevelopment area,
announced an August 2006
opening Wednesday. More