Eastbridge Business Park

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Development-ready manufacturing sites ranging from 14 to 96 acres are available.  All sites are located within a Designated Qualified Opportunity Zone.

Eastbridge Business Park is located on 800 acres in the Mascot community of northeast Knox County. The Park is situated between two four-lane state highways, Rutledge Pike and Andrew Johnson Highway, and was developed to provide a cost-effective alternative for businesses seeking to locate in a Knox County business park. Eastbridge has proved beneficial for tenants such as Exedy America Corporation, Lifetime Products, and Timken Rail Bearing Services Company, and is located near other industrial businesses. Eastbridge is within 12 miles of Interstate 40 and 16 miles from downtown Knoxville.

The Park has development-ready sites and completed infrastructure. All utilities (power, telecommunications, water, sewer and natural gas) are available and can meet the capacity needs of most any business seeking to locate in Eastbridge.

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Tennesee Select Certification (Sites 4, 5 & 6)

Sites 4, 5 and 6 have recently been named Select Tennessee Certified sites by the Tennessee Department of Economic and Community Development. The three sites, totaling 121 acres, are shovel-ready and ideally suited for industrial use.

Property Info
Design guidelines and restrictive covenants are in place
Current Land Use
Developing industrial park
Maximum Elevation
1160′ (354m)
Minimum Elevation
896′ (273m)
Terrain Type
Flat to moderately sloped; graded sites
Park Utilities
Line Size
Fire Protection
Distance To Fire Station
3.5 Miles
Transportation Accessibility
Closest Interstate
I-40 with access to I-75 and I-81; 12 miles (19.3 km)
Route To Interstate
Mascot Rd to US 11E or US 11W (both 4-lane divided)
Barge Facility
Burkhart Enterprises, 15.9 miles (24.1 km)
Closest Rail Line
Norfolk Southern; 0.5 miles (0.8 km)
Rail Access
Norfolk Southern John Sevier Yards; 6.2 miles (10 km)
Closest Commercial Airport
Knoxville McGhee Tyson Airport (TYS); 28 miles (45 km)