Knoxville Neighborhoods Map

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All Knoxville neighborhoods

The city of Knoxville, TN has a population of 183,927 and a population density of 1,863 people per square mile. There are a total of 16 Knoxville, TN neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Old City and the largest neighhorhood by population is South Knoxville. The Knoxville, TN neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Some Top Rated Neighborhoods In Knoxville, TN

The city of Knoxville, Tennessee is located in the heart of the Appalachian Mountain Range. The area is commonly referred to as the Smoky Mountains and offers a variety of exciting things to see and do. The city of Knoxville is known as a college community for its various college campuses including The University Of Tennessee's main campus. The Tennessee River runs through the heart of the city and near the downtown area. There are many exciting things to see and do in Knoxville. It is a great place to live and an even better vacation destination. Some of the more popular neighborhoods to live in include Downtown Knoxville, Old North Knoxville, and Fort Sanders.

Downtown Knoxville

Downtown Knoxville is the best neighborhood for young adults who enjoy the nightlife scene that college towns are known for. It is a neighborhood mainly constructed of a variety of condominiums, apartments, townhouses, and lofts. The neighborhood sits right on the banks of the Tennessee River and is in walking distance of the University of Tennessee's campus. The neighborhood is also home to a variety of restaurants, shops, and bars. The Crown and Goose, Cafe 4, Chesapeake's, and The Hill Bar and Grill are all popular destinations for residents and the numerous college students. There are also several museums in the neighborhood like The Women's Basketball Hall of Flame.

Old North Knoxville

Located north of downtown Knoxville is the small, historic neighborhood of Old North Knoxville. The neighborhood offers lower housing costs than some of its surrounding neighbors. These lower costs make it a great choice for the families that live in the area. There are several parks located in the neighborhood for the families to enjoy. Parkridge Park, Edgewood Park, and Fourth and Gill Park are especially popular on warm days. The neighborhood is also home to several unique shops, like Scrappin In The City, and various dining venues. Relax Variety Theatre offers a variety of shows and other entertainment options as well.

Fort Sanders

Fort Sanders is another popular neighborhood in Knoxville and one of the most populated too. It is a mixture of modern condominium buildings and historic homes. The neighborhodo is located directly in the middle of The University of Tennessee campus and the Knoxville College campus. This location makes it a prime spot for college students and faculty. The various games, shows, and other events on these campuses make the neighborhood a never ending spot of activity and fun. The Tennessee River is in close proximity to the neighborhood and offers a wide variety of water activities to enjoy year round. The War Dog Memorial Statue is also located in the Fort Sanders neighborhood. Bar, restaurants, and shops also line the streets of this area.