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of your last chances to acquire Ã¢â¿¬â¿¿ not to lease Ã¢â¿¬â¿¿ to own Ã¢â¿¬â¿¿ undeveloped acreage actually located directly on the Parkway in Pigeon Forge. Consisting of 3.278 acres, this property is situated on the nose of a gentle right-hand curve in the Parkway. It boasts a 240 foot wide Parkway frontage giving it prominence and excellent visual draw from both directions. The elevated terrace of the land gives it immediate eye-level notice from all passing vehicles. Located at a major traffic light intersection gives this property premium access to the Parkway in even the most crowded of traffic conditions. Already equipped with a dedicated left-turn signal for southbound travelers as well as traffic control signals for Pin Oak View Drive, this intersection also accesses several attractions via Music Road located immediately across the Parkway including Hatfield and McCoys Dinner Theater, Titanic Museum Exhibit, Wonderworks, Hard Rock CafÃ¿Â©, Wonders of Flight, and others. Northbound travelers would turn into this property as a natural right-hand turn. Already zoned and approved for dozens of types of commercial businesses, the location of this property would lend prominence and notoriety to any business located upon it. A list of approved business types can be provided as well as a survey plat upon request. City water and sewer, natural gas, and 3-phase electric are all available. This is a gold-mine of a property just waiting to begin producing. Pigeon Forge is located within one-dayÃ¢â¿¬â¿¢s drive of two-thirds of the US population east of the Mississippi. Our department of tourism reports $65 spent by tourists for every $1 spent on advertising.* Located adjacent to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 2015 saw a record 10,712,674 visitors go through the park, making it the nationÃ¢â¿¬â¿¢s #1 most visited National Park, ranking the Grand Canyon at #2 with half as many annual visitors. 2017 was the 2nd consecutive year that over 10 mill