East Tennessee's Newest, Mixed Use,
Super Regional Commercial Development
Located just west of Knoxville, Tennessee, at the crossroads of the busiest North/South Interstate highway, I-75 and the busiest East/West Interstate Highway, I-40; Prosperity Crossing, a 225 acre mixed use development, is poised at the epicenter of where the north meets the south and the east meets the Midwest. Situated in, precisely, the fastest growing region of East Tennessee, Prosperity Crossing’s accessibility is ideally positioned. Appealing to a diverse demographic, Prosperity Crossing draws businesses, shoppers and residents from the progressive interstate infrastructure as well as from the valleys, the mountains and the suburbs, to an area that is geographically accessible and culturally rich.
Connecting Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia and North Carolina, the location of Prosperity Crossing is not only an easy drive, region-wide, but is also within a day’s reach of nearly 70% of the US population. I-75 is the main route connecting Michigan, Ohio and Indiana to Florida, Georgia and other parts of the south. With a daily average traffic count of 95,501 on I-75/I-40 at Prosperity Crossing, a population of 1,227,264 within 50 miles, median household income within 10 miles of $81,420 and massive retail opportunity gaps within these parameters, Prosperity Crossing is truly poised to be the next big regional super center in East Tennessee.
The local market for this project includes not only Knoxville, but also the affluent and fast growing communities of Farragut, Hardin Valley, Lenoir City, Maryville, Oak Ridge, Knox, Loudon and Blount counties as well as the whole “Innovation Valley”. On a broader scale, Prosperity Crossing will attract retail destination shoppers from as far west as Cookeville, as far east as Morristown, north into Powell Valley and a majority of retail starved counties in Eastern Kentucky including Harlan, Bell and Letcher counties. To the south its impact on retail destination shoppers will stretch into Athens, TN and beyond.
Add to all this the 95,501 vehicles passing each day on the major east/west interstate, I-40, and the major north/south interstate, I-75, weary travelers from all parts of the country will find Prosperity Crossing a respite with the mix of hotels, restaurants and shops planned for the development. With visibility of nearly two miles and very easy accessibility, the constant flow of travelers through this busy corridor greatly expands the potential success of this super regional center.
Big box retailers, a business park, a hotel complex, entertainment venues, sports facilities, restaurants and residential living are all part of Prosperity Crossing’s forward-thinking mixed use design.
A strategically planned, mixed use, super regional, development taking advantage of terrain, visibility and access, Prosperity Crossing is destined to become the regional hub of commerce.