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Knoxville's Mid-Century Modern Architecture to be Documented
The Knoxville-Knox Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC) office has received a federal Historic Preservation Fund grant from the Tennessee Historical Commission to update the City's Historic Resource Inventory. The original historic inventory was completed in 1986, but only buildings that were constructed in 1935 or prior were surveyed. The update will focus on buildings constructed between 1935 and 1966.
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2015 Preservation Report to the Mayor
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Why Preserving Historic Buildings is Sustainable Practice
Preserving historic buildings doesn't just connect us to the past, it conserves resources. Incorporating energy efficiency and reusing materials make preservation a winner on many fronts.
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Design Guidelines Update
Summary of the Design Guidelines Update that is now in progress. Use the link at the end of the page to join the discussion.

 

 

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Page Updated June 30, 2016