Pre-Leasing Starts At Chattanooga’s Forest Cove Apartments

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Forest Cove Apartments, a Housing Trust Group development, has launched pre-leasing of its 120-unit luxury community, which is scheduled to open at 7674 E. Brainerd Road on May 1. With a variety of novel features, Forest Cove is singular in the Chattanooga market offering upscale amenities, lush greenery and park space, garages and a well-developed discount program for renters with local retailers.

“Chattanooga has become a magnet for big employers, entrepreneurs and creative people attracted by its high-speed Internet, so we sought to create a cutting-edge apartment package unlike any other rental community in the area,” said Matthew Rieger, president/CEO of Housing Trust Group, a multi-faceted developer with operations throughout the Southeastern U.S. “We believe Forest Cove will be a pacesetter for apartments in the future. By combining greenery and park space with modern design and technology, we have designed Forest Cove as a retreat in a natural environment, and a place to inspire creativity for the technologically savvy who wish to be productive at home, particularly in Chattanooga’s new entrepreneurial culture.”

Forest Cove Apartments offers one-bedroom units starting at $850/month and two-bedroom units starting at $999/month. This ‘hard-hat’ pricing and introductory reduced deposits now available are only offered to those who pre-lease before the project’s completion.  

Officials said, "Forest Cove’s ‘resort lifestyle living’ amenities include a luxury salt-water swimming pool with a heated Jacuzzi, modern, spacious clubhouse with cutting edge technology with free Wi-Fi throughout, state-of-the-art 24-hour fitness center, yoga studio, ‘carefree valet waste’ system, lush landscape park, playground, leash-free dog park and car care center. Residences include nine-foot vaulted ceilings, granite countertops, high-end stainless steel appliances including microwaves, ceiling fans, spacious closets and private balconies or patios.

Property management will be handled by Riverstone Residential Group.        

Residents at Forest Cove also have the opportunity of participating in a Preferred Employer Program that waives fees and offers additional discounts.  Participating employers include Volkswagen, Amazon, Unum Insurance, Erlanger Hospital East, Memorial Hospital, the Hamilton County Department of Education, 911 Center and Police Department and the Chattanooga Police and Fire departments.

For more information about Forest Cove, call 423 521-7700.


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