Historic Knoxville High Senior living apartments with the kind of amenities you’d expect to find only in large cities — or perhaps on vacation. Hyatt Place An icon that anchors the best corner of downtown Knoxville. Northshore Senior Living The first development of its kind in West Knoxville. Oakwood Senior Living Knoxville’s Oakwood neighborhood is undergoing a revival, and one of its crown jewels is getting a much-needed makeover. Alexander Guest House What better place for seniors to live than an iconic building with a story to tell? South High School It’s been a quarter century since students occupied the desks at South High School on Knoxville’s Moody Avenue. And just as decay threatened to take down what remained of the building, Dover Signature Properties stepped in with a plan to save it. River Oaks Place Lenoir City River Oaks Place provides a family-centered environment for its residents, one very different from those run by large national healthcare chains. River Oaks Place Loudon Dover Signature Properties’s expertise in senior housing began in a very personal way. Carmichael Inn The Carmichael Inn, constructed in 1800, is one of Loudon County’s most beloved landmarks. Loudon County Senior Center The center is a hub of activity—fitness and art classes, health checkups, meals, computer training, ballroom dancing, billiards, and more. Lakewood Senior Living The 55,000-square-foot facility offers 35 residential assisted living suites, and also houses a physical therapy center, wellness programs, and a home health service. Lakeside Village Lakeside Village is located on the banks of Watts Bar Lake on the site of what was once the Lutz Mantel Company. Lenoir Cotton Mill Warehouse This stout timber frame building located on the banks of the Tennessee River once served as the storage facility for the Lenoir Cotton Mill. The Grove Building The iconic Grove Building anchors the revitalized historic district in downtown Loudon, Tennessee.
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