Thirty-four thousand people come to Chattanooga’s downtown every day of the work week to perform their jobs everywhere from coffee shops to corporate headquarters. Over the past few years, more and more people have chosen to live downtown to enjoy the conveniences of an urban lifestyle. The community’s reconnection with the Tennessee River has helped turn downtown into one of the region’s most popular places to live.
The proximity to urban amenities and assets emerging from Chattanooga’s revitalization has created a renewed demand for downtown housing. The demand has been answered with development of cottages, condos, townhouses, apartments, and lofts. The new housing opportunities range from riverfront condos to penthouses in the heart of the city to Manhattan-style lofts in a renovated bread manufacturing plant on the southside of town.
The new Battle Academy School, a magnet elementary school, draws children from downtown residents and employees.
Downtown dwellers have easy access to the new Chattanooga Green – a park on the southside of the Tennessee River at the site of Chattanooga’s birthplace, Ross’s Landing. They also enjoy the new River Pier, First Street Sculpture Garden, and the expansions to the Tennessee Aquarium and Hunter Museum of American Art.
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