A $1 billion coin-car wash will open up its doors in a town in eastern Tennessee in March, bringing to an end a three-year effort by the company that makes the car wash a major draw in the state.
CoinsCar Wash.com will open at the downtown Knoxville Marketplace in February.
The store will be a five-story facility with a glass facade, a large outdoor courtyard and a landscaped parking lot.
The site is part of a larger revitalization of the downtown area.
The company has been in operation since 2012 and is a leader in the revitalization and revitalization process in the area.
The company’s car wash was named the 2014 Kentucky Innovation Award winner and the company’s name has been applied to the area around the mall.
The $1.1 billion project is the latest in a string of major redevelopment projects in the town.
The Tennessee State Building was named one of the state’s top cities in 2014 and the Tennessee Capitol was named a top-10 tourist destination in the United States.
More than 60 percent of the town’s residents have moved out of town.
The city’s economic development agency is helping to finance the project.
Coords are not yet available.