Benjamin Whitfield, a resident of West Pine Street, believes the revitalization of West Walnut Street will be a “shot in the arm” for Johnson City.
Locals will have a chance this week to see the preliminary plans for one of Johnson City’s most anticipated projects.
While gearing up for the start of her mobile floral business, Charlotte Julian knew she wanted to find a vehicle that would catch people’s attention.
Raised, pedestrian-friendly intersections, a desired speed of 15 miles per hour and a setup that puts businesses closer to the roadway.
It was 11 p.m. when chef Nathan Brand decided to make the roughly 9-hour drive from Ann Arbor, Michigan, to Johnson City.
A family-owned bakery in Greeneville will soon create its goodies at second location — in Johnson City.
Johnson City commissioners will vote Thursday on $1.53 million worth of contracted design work for two significant projects, the Winged Deer Park ball field expansion and West Walnut Street infrastructure improvements.
The new 16,800-square-foot structure will become headquarters for the religious organization, which is slated to be out of its current meeting space in the city’s Millennium Centre when ETSU takes over ownership of that facility in fall of 2020. He said between 300 to 500 students meet weekly at The Well.
Based on sight alone, one might argue little progress was made on the redevelopment of the West Walnut Street corridor during 2018, with the exception of the extensive Model Mill remodel.
More than four years of preparation has already gone into the redevelopment of West Walnut Street.
It’s almost official.
When the public was asked about the redevelopment of West Walnut Street, a topic that kept coming up was solving the traffic conundrum at the intersection of University Parkway.
Following last month’s reveal of the West Walnut Street master plan, consulting firm Kimley-Horn gave the public 18 days to provide feedback on its conceptual master plan to redevelop the corridor connecting East Tennessee State University to
Jun 8, 2018 at 7:10 PM
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Since Johnson City leaders are seeking feedback on conceptual plans for West Walnut Street, the Washington County Democratic Party decided to provide its two cents: They’re concerned.