The Century Building:  New Urban LuxuryCentury Building

The Century Building is now pre-selling luxury urban residences in the heart of Downtown Knoxville.

Originally constructed in 1866, the historic Century Building is poised to become an exquisite addition to Downtown Knoxville’s vibrant residential renaissance.

The Century Building’s conversion into twelve beautiful residences will preserve the building’s 19th Century charm, including its supremely handsome façade of expansive Palladian windows and stained-glass details, while incorporating the features and amenities now expected of the 21st Century’s new urban luxury movement – including hardwood flooring throughout, soaring ceilings, custom cabinetry, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances.

The Century Building’s location boasts unparalleled convenience.  Century Building residents, living on the 300 Block of South Gay Street, will be only steps away from Downtown Knoxville’s numerous and exciting dining, shopping, and cultural experiences.

Most important, as a Century Building resident in Downtown Knoxville, you will be part of something more than just a destination – rather, you will be another lucky member of a warm, inviting and dynamic neighborhood.”

Click here to read the history of the Century Building.

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312 S. Gay St. | Knoxville, TN 37902

As a contributing property with the National Register of Historic Places, the Century Building takes prime location on Gay Street, Knoxville’s busiest street. Gay Street is center stage to downtown Knoxville’s vibrant entertainment and residential corridor. The American Planning Association named Gay Street as one of the 10 Greatest Streets in America for 2012. The Century Building is located near notable landmarks like Market Square (the city’s central location for outdoor events, concerts and dining), The Old City (an entertainment district), the 100 Block (an art district), Volunteer Landing and the World’s Fair Park.
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