Welcome Business Prospects to Crossville, Tennessee
Crossville and Cumberland County continues to experience business expansion and recruitment in its industrial community, thanks to its location, low utility and tax rates, quality workforce, resources, affordable real estate, transportation network and proactive business philosophy of the City, County and Chamber of Commerce leadership.
Heatherhurst Golf Course
Art Circle Library
Spirit Broadband Amphitheatre
Crossville Memorial Airport
A Cooperative Spirit
A cooperative spirit allowing us to work as a team is the single most important factor in Crossville's economic and industrial development success. Industrial prospects are welcomed by members that include the City of Crossville, Cumberland County, the Chamber of Commerce, the resort community of Fairfield Glade, the City of Crab Orchard, the City of Pleasant Hill, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the state of Tennessee, and many others.
Also, the City has partnered with several local property owners to make more privately-owned parcels available to potential business prospects.
Living in Crossville
In 2010, Crossville was selected as one of the top cities to retire to, by "Where to Retire," the only magazine in America geared to helping people facing retirement and relocation decisions. Crossville and Cumberland County residents are drawn to the beautiful countryside, the abundance of recreational opportunities and close proximity to great dining and shopping. Crossville is a growing, visionary city that serves as the golf capital of Tennessee. Overall, the local Crossville area retail market is in the middle of a 30% growth spurt. The total retail market is defined as all of Cumberland County and all or parts of eight surrounding counties. The total population for this market is approximately 115,000. The City of Crossville has a population of 10,796.
City's Top Products (Existing buildings, Land, Industrial Park Tracts, etc)
The following pages provide a good overview of what the City of Crossville offers in the way of available land. For more information about properties on this site, contact Industrial Recruiting Coordinator Billy Loggins at (931) 787-7205 or City Manager Bruce Wyatt at (931) 484-7060.
Click on the descriptive headline below to go to that specific page, where maps, photos and aerial views are provided.
City-owned parcels available:
- City of Crossville Interchange Business Park
250 Interchange Drive (90 acres located off of Highway 127 North)
Privately-owned parcels available:
- 1600 Old Jamestown Hwy. 12 Acres
- 310 Creston Road, 150 Acres
- 3185 N. Main Street, 66 Acres
- 1764 Cook Road (north), 93 Acres
- 1764 Cook Road (south), 97 Acres