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Made Right Here Podcast: Part 2 of Daniel Levy from DKLEVY

In the second part of The Made Right Here Podcast, DKLEVY President Daniel Levy shares his story of finding redemption through his relationship with the Creator and meeting his future…

Made Right Here Podcast: Part 1 of Daniel Levy from DKLEVY

DKLEVY President Daniel Levy joins Paul Sponcia on the Made Right Here Podcast to discuss his faith, childhood, and background.

Why South Knoxville’s Ancient Lore Village might finally get the treehouses founder wanted

Ancient Lore Village is requesting permission to increase the maximum amount of dwellings allowed on the property from nine to 14….

Remember Me Senior Care offers memory care in five-home, farmhouse-style neighborhood

Solinity led the formation of the team to complete the project (including DKLEVY Architectural Design, Diaz Fritz Construction Group and…

Solinity Develops First Memory Care and Assisted Living Farmhouse-Style Neighborhood in East Tennessee Market of Cleveland”

Solinity led the formation of the team including DKLEVY Architectural Design, Diaz Fritz Construction Group, and Z-Creative Interior Design…

Best Repositioning of 2018: From Endangered High School to Celebrated Senior Housing

Arguably the centerpiece of Knoxville High is a fully restored courtyard. During its past life, this served as a gathering place for students. Dover and DKLEVY sealed the courtyard from…

A $40 million fantasy resort could be coming to South Knoxville

The Ancient Lore Village resort would feature 150 homes and tree houses. It’s based on a book with some characters that may seem familiar.

Historic Knoxville High wins national award

It’s a significant award for owner/developer Dover Development and for architect Daniel Levy of DKLEVY Design. Both firms are located in Knoxville.

Apparently we had reached a great height in the atmosphere, for the sky was a dead black, and the stars had ceased to twinkle. By the same illusion which lifts the horizon of the sea to the level of the spectator on a hillside.