Days Inn In Downtown Chattanooga Sells For $5.8 Million

Sunday, September 11, 2016

The Days Inn in downtown Chattanooga has sold for $5,800,001.

The sale was to Kamalaamrut Hospitality Corp. from Divine Investments Inc.

The hotel, which includes the City Cafe Restaurant, was built about 1965.

It sold for $1.7 million in 1995.

The Days Inn is at the corner of Carter Street and MLK Boulevard.

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