LBMC Relocates To Newly-Renovated Liberty Tower On Chestnut

Wednesday, February 13, 2013
Liberty Tower
Liberty Tower

The Chattanooga office of Lattimore Black Morgan & Cain (LBMC) opened the doors of its new offices in the newly-renovated Liberty Tower building at 605 Chestnut Street (at the corner of Sixth and Chestnut), only three blocks from the firm's former location.

LBMC, a top 100 U.S. accounting firm, and fifth largest in the Southeast, will occupy approximately 11,000 square feet of modern workspace, increased natural lighting, energy-saving measures and enhanced technological innovations.

“Liberty Tower will be a state-of-the-art facility providing our clients and our employees a beautiful working environment,” said Dennis Blanton, LBMC managing prtner, Chattanooga. ” As LBMC continues to grow in Chattanooga, this new space will allow us the flexibility to add more space and expand.”

Located at the corner of Sixth and Chestnut, Liberty Tower is the newest addition to Chattanooga's Class A office market. Currently tracking for Gold level LEED certification, Liberty Tower began leasing office space for occupancy beginning in December, 2012.  Benjamin Pitts, of Herman Walldorf Commercial served as agent representative to LBMC for this transaction.


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