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Property For Sale - Great Bank or Retail

2-story retail or bank building on corner lot on Lee Highway in Riceville, TN. 120 ft of road frontage. Plenty of square footage for about any use. Listed by Stuart Kendrick.  

Retail for Sale - Western Ave Knoxville

Great location for retail in the newly expanded and upgraded stretch of Western Avenue. 4 bathrooms and 16 parking spaces with plenty of lot expansion. Zoned C-3. Listed by Jim Staley.

Land for Sale - HWY 321 Lenoir City

80 well laying, commercially zoned, highly visible, accessible vacant acres with over 945 feet of Hwy 321 road frontage. Less than one mile to I-40 and less than five miles to I-75. Listed by Bryan Petett. 

Land for Sale - Rocky Top/I-75

23.89 acres on Exit 129 off of I-75 in Rocky Top. C-1 Zoning allows for most businesses found along the interstate including restaurant, hotels and retail. Listed by Tim Duff.

Retail Space for Lease - Maynardville Pike

3,000 SF former restaurant and a 1,000 SF retail space available in Neighborhood retail center. 3,000 SF space includes: grease trap, vent hood, sinks, walk-in cooler, dishwasher, etc. Ample parking and signage. Listed by Bart Mitchell

Office Space for Lease - Middle Creek Rd Sevierville

Middle Creek Rd @ Fox Meadows Blvd Office Space for Lease – Across street from UT Regional Medical Center and near LeConte Medical Center. Sub-Lease with possibility of longer term. 2,144 SF expandable to 2,584 SF. Listed by Bart Mitchell.

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Brick and Mortar vs Pop Up Shop: What You Need to Know

Pop-up shops have become a popular option around the holidays. For online retailers, a holiday pop-up shop may seem like an obvious way to generate some extra revenue, but it’s not without its own set of challenges. Here are some things that e-retailers should consider before setting up shop as a pop-up.


CRE Market Trends to Expect in 2017

Even though we’re only in the first month of the fourth quarter of 2016, it’s never too early to look ahead to the coming year. Based on what various experts are saying, and our own knowledge and expertise, here’s what you may be able to expect for commercial real estate in 2017.