Knoxville is the third largest city in Tennessee with a metropolitan area of 850,000 people. Situated at the intersection of interstate 40 and 75, the city offers flight connections from McGhee Tyson Airport, which link the city to the major hub Airports of the USA. Historically a manufacturing centre, the local economy is now focussed on professional services.
Major employers in Knoxville include First Tennessee, Bank of America and Merrill Lynch, while Regal Entertainment and Scripps Network Interactive are multibillion dollar corporations headquartered in the area. Knoxville is also home to the Tennessee Valley Authority, the largest public power provider in the USA, who employ approximately 12,000 people across the region.
Located in a landmark 27 floor office tower, our First Tennessee Plaza offers a spectacular setting with mountain views at the heart of the city’s downtown district. Alternatively, for those seeking proximity to the interstate network, our Cedar Bluff Business Centre is ideally situated and offers attractive business suites in a smart two-story office building.
As well as serviced office space, our business centres in Knoxville also have bookable meeting rooms, available on a flexible basis to suit the needs of your organisation. Alternatively, consider setting up a virtual office in Knoxville at one of our centres. We offer call handling and mail forwarding solutions to keep your company on the move.