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Published September 7, 2018

To: All interested parties and the public

The US Department of Housing & Urban Development is proposing to provide mortgage risk insurance for the construction of Stockyard Lofts, a new 152-unit, class A, residential building comprised of a 2-story concrete parking structure with one level being subterranean and the second level being on-grade containing 5,000 square feet of retail space with 5 levels of residential tenant units above located at 215 Willow Avenue (Parcel # 095HA002), Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee 37917. The development is undergoing review to comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and its implementing regulations at 36 C.F.R. Part 800, Protection of Historic and cultural Properties, information on the Section 106 process is available here:

HUD has determined that the proposed Stockyard Lofts project may have an adverse effect on historic properties within the Area of Potential Effect (APE) would be eligible for the National Register under Criterion D (information potential). Comments are invited regarding how to avoid, minimize, or mitigate any adverse effects of the new construction project. HUD is considering a Memorandum of Agreement and possible creative mitigation to resolve possible adverse effects related to the proposed mixed-use development.

The development plan and architectural plans have been received and approved by the Knoxville Downtown Design Review Board (File Number: 2-A-18-DT) which has issued a Certificate of Appropriateness (7-C-17-DT).

HUD welcomes the consultation of interested parties and organizations as we strive for effective public participation in Section 106 analyses, in our efforts to achieve more informed decision making and to promote cultural heritage and identity, interested parties may review the project details and related section 106 correspondence by visiting the offices of Terminus Real Estate at 122 S. Gay Street, Suite A, Knoxville, TN 37902.

This notice opens up a 10-day period for public comment on the effect of the proposed project and ways to mitigate possible adverse effects, the comment period will close on September 17, 2018.

Written comments must be received by HUD at the following address on or before September 17, 2018: US Department of HUD, Five Points Plaza, 40 Marietta Street, 12th Floor, Atlanta, GA 30303, Attention: Branch Chief Underwriting Branch 2, Ed Davis, (678) 732-2350 comments may also be submitted via email at


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