Mechanicsville

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In 1997, KCDC received a $22 million HOPE VI federal grant to revitalize public housing and the surrounding neighborhood in Mechanicsville. The agency replaced outdated barrack-style apartments with single-family and duplex homes throughout the neighborhood and designed them to fit architecturally with existing structures. New streets and sidewalks were added and alleys were built to provide rear access to the homes. The Mechanicsville community includes two churches, a greenway and community park.

Leasing Office: 2020 Minnesota Ave., Knoxville, Tennessee 37921, 865-403-1350

  • Mechanicsville Utility Allowance Worksheet
  • Moses Avenue Knoxville, Tennessee 37921 865-403-1350
    Northwest Knoxville
    Features & Amenities
    • Central gas heat and electric air
    • Stove and refrigerator
    • Washer/dryer connection
    • Cable-ready
    • Ample yard
    • On-site maintenance person
    Floor Plans
    • Two bedroom/one bath
    • Three bedroom/one bath
    Community Information
    • Nearby grocery store
    • Nearby churches
    • Walking distance to Cherokee Health Systems clinic
    • Knoxville Area Transit access
    • Public schools: Maynard Elementary, Bearden or Northwest Middle, West or Fulton High

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