Marble Alley Lofts // Downtown Knoxville
Downtown Knoxville’s newest landmark, Marble Alley Lofts is NOW OPEN! These premier 1 and 2 bedroom apartments styled in a neutral palette of slate, chocolate and sable enhance the clean, modern look of these homes. Attention to planning and detail has been a symbol of TDK’s and Marble Alley Development’s commitment to quality as will be evident in these homes featuring granite kitchen and bath countertops; stainless steel appliances, and hardwood inspired plank flooring in the living and dining areas. Specialty features such as built-in bookcases, kitchen islands, double sinks and garden tubs in master bath included in select apartment homes. With a private parking garage, salt water swimming pool and a generous indoor and outdoor gathering and quiet spots, Marble Alley Lofts contemporary style exudes a sophisticated charm.
Marble Alley Lofts is located at 300 State Street. Its building is bounded by Commerce Avenue, South Central Street and State Street. Walk a few strides to the east and arrive at a PetSafe Downtown Pet Park. Walk a block west toward Mast General Store and you’ll be on downtown’s main thoroughfare, S. Gay Street. Walk to Market Square or walk north a few minutes and you’re in the old city. Walkscore.com scores Marble Alley Lofts a 92 out of a 100 calling its location a “Walker’s Paradise.” If you love the water, you can walk to Krutch Park just a few minutes away, adjacent to Market Square. This scenic park features small falls, a flowing stream, picnic tables and two sets of water play fountains. World’s Fair Park is a 15 minute walk from Marble Alley Lofts. This incredible park includes miles of lawn, acres of flowers, cascading waterfalls, and gentle streams. Volunteer Landing is also less than a mile away, just a 20 minute walk from the property. This beautiful riverfront park runs parallel with the Tennessee River. Enjoy play fountains consisting of several interactive geysers and three waterfalls, fishing, biking, and other water sports. Want more walking, running or bicycling then hop onto a downtown greenway including Second Creek, Neyland and James White Greenways, all part of a connected 18.1 mile greenway system. Prefer to ride? the City of Knoxville offers KAT bus service and a free trolley – servicing the major tourist attractions downtown. Several trolley stops are located just minutes away along S. Gay Street.
The city’s atmosphere is warm, sweet and welcoming where conversations flow cheerfully. “Smart regional food, a first-class art museum, and a strong local design community mean plenty to do for a visitor” writes Michael Kaminer of the New York Daily News, touting Knoxville as “a perfect weekend getaway.” With the city’s air ever active and sustained by a number of eclectic shops, arts and entertainment venues, a multitude of restaurants and a host of outdoor/indoor activities, downtown Knoxville is not just a place to visit; it’s the place to be.