Development Guidelines to Foster a Culture of
Innovation and Creativity

With curbs and sidewalks in place, including dedicated storm water management, Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus is ready for development. A practice course for the University of Tennessee golf team graces the banks of the meandering Tennessee River site, providing a visual buffer between Cherokee Farm, the main University of Tennessee campus to the east, and historic neighborhoods to the west.

project-dev

Development guidelines documents available for download include:

Additional documents, such as the Standard Ground Lease for the campus, are available by contacting Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus.

Design Principles

  • Establish a campus framework that supports flexible development options
  • Emphasize design excellence and innovation throughout the campus
  • Connect the campus to the city and region through shared public spaces and multiple modes of transportation
  • Foster a spirit of collaboration and collegiality across the campus through a well defined, pedestrian friendly and comfortable public realm
  • Integrate sustainable design strategies in all aspects of campus development
  • Maximize the site’s rich history, context and potential as a cultural resource, neighbor and gateway

Infrastructure

Infrastructure work at the Cherokee Farm Innovation Campus is now complete. Tenants selecting one or more of our 16 available building sites have access to reliable municipal water, sewer, electricity and natural gas provided by the Knoxville Utilities Board. Rates are among the most competitive in the nation, with power supplied by the Tennessee Valley Authority.

project-inf