Knoxville is located in eastern Tennessee at the intersection of Interstates 81, 75, and 40. The city is situated around the Tennessee River and in the distance renters will be able to see the Great Smoky Mountains from their apartments. Knoxville Area Transit provides bus routes and road trolleys throughout the city and to popular destinations so you won't need a car to live here.
You might be thinking of moving to a Knoxville apartment to:
• Attend the University of Tennessee main campus is located here • Work at the University of Tennessee Medical Center • Attend Knoxville College • Seek employment at major employers such as The Tennessee Valley Authority power company
While renting an apartment in Knoxville, you can take some time to explore the city's many attractions. Families will love to see the animals housed at the Knoxville Zoo. If you like to shop there may be frequent visits to the West Town Mall, Knoxville Center or perhaps strolling around the downtown neighborhoods. There are many historic sites, museums, theaters and a convention center to explore while living here. The Dogwood Arts Festival is a large crafts fair for art and music that many residents attend. It is just one of the dozens of annual events that will pry you away from your Knoxville apartment for entertainment and to meet some new friends.
Knoxville apartments for rent can be found all over the city. To live near the university, you can look north of Clinch Avenue. There are lots of properties that line I-40 where you can live outside of the downtown area and close to major shopping centers. You will also find a large selection along I-640 in the north.
Average Rent in Knoxville, TN
The following chart shows the average rent for an apartment in Knoxville, TN and nearby cities: