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Click Funeral Home development progresses


Click Funeral Home broke ground Tuesday, Oct. 10 on a project that would bring more office space to Farragut.

Partners Larry Click, Fuad Reveiz and Chris Kittrell joined forces to create an office plaza located next to Click Funeral Home on Kingston Pike.

“We really were interested in doing something different here in Farragut,” said Reveiz, a Farragut resident and developer with Reveiz & Company in Knoxville.

Reveiz said they would build four new office buildings on the property adjacent to Click Funeral Home. The buildings will be two-story, each story with dimensions of 3,000 square feet.

“We wanted to go for something that had a feel like Charleston,” he said. “We’ll have a central courtyard area that will be heavily landscaped. All four of the buildings will have entrances that face the courtyard.”

Reveiz said they would be placing the detention pond beneath the parking lot area in order to allow better access for the building patrons.

They are also considering the construction of a 5,000 square-foot smaller building on the front of the property, between the funeral home and the Walgreen’s store at the corner of Kingston Pike and Smith Road.

“We want to have a warm environment for the people,” Reveiz said.

Reveiz said he would be acting as general contractor for the project through his construction company. One of the reasons, he said, was because he and his partners in the development decided early in the project they wanted to do it right.

“We will have installed in these buildings the capability for state-of-the-art technology,” he said. “The technology in this building will be second to none.”

Reveiz said renters would have the ability to have installed technology that will allow them to control the thermostat in their office, open locked doors, view exterior and interior cameras, all via the Internet or through cellular telephones.

These factors may have contributed to two of the yet-to-be-build buildings already being spoken for, he said. Rather and Kittrell Capital Management will be occupying one building and a local attorney has dibs on another of the four buildings.

“We’ve been working on this project for years now,” Reveiz said. “I’m most proud of having an understanding relationship with the Farragut Municipal Planning Commission and working with them.”

We’ve been very proactive toward the town.”

 

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