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Architectural and design plans, the Gateway Pavilion at Volunteer Landing (Knoxville Regional Visitors’ Center)

Identifier: APD 0027

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Architectural and design plans, the Gateway Pavilion at Volunteer Landing. (Knoxville Regional Visitors’ Center) “The site of the Holston Treaty, Volunteer Landing was destined to become a waterfront destination that residents and visitors of Knoxville could enjoy daily. In 1988, a Waterfront Task Force was established to study and develop recommendations for the protection, enhancement, and development of the seven-mile stretch of waterfront space along the Tennessee River. One of the Task Force's main objectives was to establish a waterfront Greenway system to that would include landscaping, historical markers, lighting, maintenance policies, and a clean-up campaign. From these objectives, Volunteer Landing became a three phase project that included public and private developments. The project broke ground in 1995, consisting primarily of public park improvements. Today, Volunteer Landing is a great place to take a quiet jog or walk along the waterfront or to host a small to medium sized event. In 2007, the Public Building Authority assumed management responsibility for the Landing.”


  • Creation: 1995 - 2007

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Material is available for research. Prior arrangement MUST be made by contacting the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection at


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Part of the Calvin M. McClung Historical Collection Repository

601 S Gay Street
3rd floor
Knoxville Tennessee 37902 United States