New book outlines Knoxville's growth and downtown renaissance

New book outlines Knoxville's growth and downtown renaissance

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Knoxville: Green by Nature (source: Urban Renaissance Books) Knoxville: Green by Nature (source: Urban Renaissance Books)
Author Jack Neely discusses his new book on Tennessee This Week. Author Jack Neely discusses his new book on Tennessee This Week.
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KNOXVILLE (WATE) - Historian and columnist Jack Neely is the author of a new book detailing the city's growth in recent years.

Knoxville: Green by Nature spotlights the projects and people crucial to the rebirth of the downtown area.

Neely spoke about the book and his experiences charting Knoxville's growth Sunday during Tennessee This Week.

Along with authoring Knoxville: Green by Nature, Neely serves as associate editor of MetroPulse and he writes the publication's Secret History column.

Knoxville: Green by Nature is published by Urban Renaissance Books and is available for order online.

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