The city of Knoxville contains 46 distinct neighborhoods, with the downtown district in four segments named for the cardinal directions. One popular neighborhood is Old North Knoxville, a restored suburb populated by middle- and upper-class families, with over 400 homes and structures on the National Register of Historic Places. Knoxville movers will also enjoy the neighborhood of Fountain City, which features the heart-shaped Fountain City Lake—fondly called the "duck pond" by local residents.
Housing: Residential architecture in Knoxville reflects the history of the city's development, with home styles ranging from mansions built in the late 1700s, to several prominent high-rises dotting the skyline of the city's downtown district. Several nationally renowned architects have contributed to Knoxville, and the city houses an abundance of Victorian homes designed by residential architect George Franklin Barber. Included in the mix are bungalows, ranch-style homes, Georgian style, Tudor Revival, and English cottages.
Attractions: With a rich artistic community and flourishing music scene, Knoxville hosts many events and festivals throughout the year. One of the most popular is Boomsday, the largest Labor Day fireworks display in the country, held along the banks of the Tennessee River. Other fun activities include the Great Knoxville Rubber Duck Race, Boo at the Zoo, and Festival.
Knoxville Movers has been helping families move to Knoxville, TN and other cities in the U.S. for over 15 years. Whether yours is a long distance, local, residential or commercial move, EZ Movers can help make it a successful one.
EZ Movers is proud to provide the community with quality moving services and in utilizing our success to help support the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
We will continue to work hard and offer professional moving services in the years to come. EZ Does it!