An East Brainerd apartment complex has been sold for $18,875,000.
The Reserve at Creekside Village is at 1340 Reserve Way.
It features 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments.
The sale was to Sir Creekside LLC from Br Creekside LLC.
July 14, 2014
Some Planning Commission members on Monday chided an Augusta, Ga., developer for not talking with Lincoln Park residents about a proposal to construct 387 multi-family residential units on a ... (click for more)
New Planning Commission Chairman Ethan Collier does not have to vote often, but he was called on to break a 7-7 tie on Monday afternoon. The issue was a request from developer Emerson Russell ... (click for more)
Despite strong neighborhood opposition, only five members of the Planning Commission voted on Monday afternoon to recommend denial of a project by developer Bassam Issa of the ANT Group on a ... (click for more)
Some Planning Commission members on Monday chided an Augusta, Ga., developer for not talking with Lincoln Park residents about a proposal to construct 387 multi-family residential units on a 17.7-acre former manufacturing site on Riverside Drive. The location is across from the Boathouse Restaurant. However, Commissioner Don Moon said he might have done the same thing. He said ... (click for more)
New Planning Commission Chairman Ethan Collier does not have to vote often, but he was called on to break a 7-7 tie on Monday afternoon. The issue was a request from developer Emerson Russell that would have allowed the development of three "estate size" lots involving the approval of 10-foot flag lots. Chairman Collier voted to deny the request. Linda Woodall said she ... (click for more)
Erlanger Health System is projecting a $10.8 million profit for the upcoming fiscal year - with the help of $19 million in federal funds from a pool for public hospitals. The $19 million received in time for the current budget helped avoid a sizable deficit. The hospital is hoping the federal funds will be coming on an annual basis. At the start of the last fiscal year, ... (click for more)
The National Endowment for the Humanities has awarded grants totaling more than $800,000 to three Tennessee projects that aim to display and preserve historical materials. Winning grants Monday included the Chattanooga History Center, which will get $400,000 to install a permanent, multimedia exhibit on the history of Chattanooga. The University of Tennessee-Knoxville will ... (click for more)
On Aug. 7 or by voting early by Aug. 2, voters will choose to "retain" or "replace" Tennessee Supreme Court Justices Connie Clark, Sharon Lee and Gary Wade. If retained, they will serve for another eight years. The retention election is a way to retain judges who make decisions based on the law and facts -or remove judges who are incompetent. Tennessee's Judicial Performance ... (click for more)
Tomorrow morning there will be a special gathering at the Hamilton County Juvenile Court that will prove to our community that we have perhaps the most innovative juvenile judge in America. Shortly after Rob Philyaw was hand-picked by our Hamilton County Commissioners to fill the remainder of Suzanne Bailey’s term 15 months ago, he found that truancy was a big problem in our schools. ... (click for more)