Though already filled with many beautiful homes, there is perhaps no other neighborhood in the city that will be experiencing more changes in the coming years than Old Sevier. Sevier Avenue has always been this waterfront community’s main corridor, and the neighborhood has been a mix of mostly industrial and residential throughout the last century.
In the middle of the 20th century Baptist Hospital arrives along with more development along the ridge overlooking the river. Today, there is a plan in place to redevelop the south waterfront, and Old Sevier will figure most prominently in this plan.
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