Citi pulls permits for $11M Boones Creek building renovation | WJHL

JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (WJHL) — One of the area’s largest employers is on the move, but not very far.

Citi, which has 1,896 employees locally according to Washington County’s most recent audit, has pulled a building permit to renovate the 45,000-square-foot former ITT-Tech building at 4721 Lake Park Drive in Boones Creek. For years, Citi has operated out of a significantly larger building on Sid Martin Road in Gray.

Citi pulled the permit with an estimated value of $11 million worth of work on Monday.

Citi purchased this building on Lake Park Drive in Boones Creek in November for $6 million and has a permit for $11 million worth of renovation work.

The company had eyed a move to Boones Creek before the COVID-19 pandemic began due to growth constraints in Gray caused by proximity to a

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Practical Tips for Home Care

As any homeowner will tell you, gorgeous interiors are a sight to behold. Dapper design combines elegance with upkeep for results you can count on. Here are a few tips and tricks to keep your house looking sharp for years to come. While not exhaustive, this list covers most of your bases.

General Tips

Bring out the shine!

Dusting is one way to make your house sparkle with very little effort. It’s the best kind of cleaning! Most dusters are safe to use on a variety of surfaces and can be used dry or damp. If you’re using water, be mindful of material requirements since it may damage surfaces.

Another way to keep your home in tip-top condition is to prevent surface damage. Kitchens and bathrooms are especially vulnerable since things like water, heat and metal tend to leave marks. Use protective coverings wherever possible to prevent damage from occurring.

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