Recently Improved Office Space + Additional Acreage

3118 Alcoa Hwy Knoxville, TN 37920

Property Type:
Single Tenant Office
Last Verified:
Jul 15, 2022


  • Central hub location
  • Easy access to all points in the Knoxville MSA and beyond
  • Nicely improved office/medical space with room to expand on extra acreage
  • High visibility


This property offers 1112 Square Feet of recently remodeled office/medical space with vastly improved access to Alcoa Highway, which offers exposure to 52,000 cars daily. 1.3 acres of the frontage portion of the parcel is zoned C-G-1/City of Knoxville, with the remaining being in RN-1 zoning, with the city's one year and sector plan showing O-Office zoning for future use.

Located at the northeast Maloney Road cloverleaf and dedicated frontage road, on/off access to Alcoa Highway has been greatly improved, offering easy access to I-40 and Pellissippi Parkway.

Located just south of downtown Knoxville and the University of Tennessee. Currently being used as a Low T clinic location. This property benefits greatly from improved access via the Alcoa Highway improvement project.

Year Built: 1965
Building Size: 1112sq ft
Building Class: B
Lot Size: 3.88 acres


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