A city of Chattanooga board on Wednesday discussed whether to save advertising costs by setting their meetings at regular times each month and putting in one newspaper ad a year. The Chattanooga Downtown Redevelopment Corporation decided to continue paying the Chattanooga Times Free Press some $175 per meeting. Julian Bell, board member, noted that the CDRC usually meets in response to a specific need. With a regular schedule, he ... (click for more)
An apartment complex on McCutcheon Road has sold for $29.5 million. The sale of the Bridgeway of Chattanooga Apartment homes was to Chattanooga Apartment Properties Lp from Bridgeway Chattanooga Realty Partners Llc. The new owner has offices at Seven Fields, Pa. (click for more)
Two Chattanooga-area projects are among those being considered in the 2016 Silver Anniversary Engineering Excellence Awards competition, presented by the American Council of Engineering Companies of Tennessee. The award is one of the highest honors an engineering firm can receive and is considered ... (click for more)
February 9, 2016
The Walnut Commons apartment complex at Walnut Street and Riverfront Parkway has reached an agreement to acquire the ground rights for $761,000. The Chattanooga Downtown Redevelopment Corporation, ... (click for more)
Gina Brewer has joined RE/MAX Properties as the newest member of its sales team. She brings to the office 11 years of experience in real estate. Ms. Brewer moved to Chattanooga four ... (click for more)
For 30 years, Habitat for Humanity of Greater Chattanooga Area has worked with financial partners and thousands of volunteers to build 258 energy efficient homes providing over 1,500 women, men, ... (click for more)
Should the city stop funding for the Violence Reduction Initiative?