CHA Puts Harriet Tubman Site Back Out On The Market

Thursday, January 16, 2014

The closing on the sale of the Harriet Tubman Apartments to Lakewood Realty 3, LLC did not take place on Wednesday as anticipated, and the property is back on the market.

The Chattanooga Housing Authority, through its broker, Dennis Harris of the Kirkland Company of Brentwood, Tn., is once again accepting offers for the purchase of the former public housing development.

It consists of 440 units located on 36.5 acres in East Chattanooga.   

Any interested buyer may contact Dennis Harris at (615) 690-3001 x 223 or at dharris@thekirklandcom.com.  Offers will be accepted through Feb. 14.  

The CHA will consider all responsive and responsible offers for residential use, commercial development and/or economic development, it was stated.

City Council Chairman Yusuf Hakeem said the city is still interested in obtaining the site.





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