KCDC: Assisting Redevelopment

KCDC administers more than $6 million annually in redevelopment and community and neighborhood revitalization. The agency has spearheaded several redevelopment projects in downtown Knoxville over the last 30 years including the TVA Twin Towers, City County Building, and the State Street Parking Garage. More recently, the agency has been responsible for redevelopment of Volunteer Landing, Market Square, and the World’s Fair Redevelopment Plan just to name a few. To learn more about KCDC visit http://www.kcdc.org

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How KCDC helps clean up our communities

Many people know KCDC helps with housing and redevelopment in Knoxville but have you ever wondered how blighted properties are revitalized? KCDC works to remove blighted properties from Knoxville and allowing those properties to be purchased and redeveloped. To learn more about KCDC visit http://www.kcdc.org.

KCDC – Then to Now

Former KCDC CEO, Alvin Nance talks about how KCDC has changed over the years.

Knoxville’s Community Development Corporation, commonly known as KCDC, is the housing and redevelopment agency for Knoxville. Since 1936, KCDC has been dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of Knoxville. KCDC continues to keep the promise. To learn more about KCDC visit their web page at http://www.kcdc.org