Tauqueta Falls Introduces Canyon Ridge Club

Tuesday, July 1, 2003

The 18-hole championship golf course at Tauqueta Falls has a new name – Canyon Ridge Club. Currently under construction, the approximately 7,000-yard course is located atop Lookout Mountain within the gated community of Tauqueta Falls.

"We are very pleased to introduce the Canyon Ridge Club. We believe Canyon Ridge more accurately represents the qualities of our community and what we are building," said Randy Baker, CEO of RCB Management, Inc. developer of Tauqueta Falls. "People are looking for more security for their families and a greater appreciation on their investment in second homes. The course at Canyon Ridge Club will be one of the best in the southeast. Combined with the beauty and charm of Lookout Mountain and the wonderful family atmosphere in nearby Chattanooga, Tauqueta Falls is currently one of the best kept secrets in private communities."

The Club closed a $2.8 million loan with Cornerstone Community Bank in May for the completion of the golf course. Under development along the Georgia – Tennessee border, located only 25 minutes from Chattanooga and less than two hours north of Atlanta, the golf course has been designed to "fit with the land." The course is as thrilling as it is visually impressive, beginning on the first tee with a 100-foot vertical drop from tee to green and ending with the 18th hole running along the Eastern bluff with spectacular views of the mountains and Chattanooga valley. The remaining holes work through elevation changes, boulder outcroppings and natural water features. Construction of the course will be completed in late fall and the grand opening will be held in spring 2004.

In addition to the golf course, Tauqueta Falls has also recently established a strategic partnership with Charles Smith and Canyon Ridge Stables of Lookout Mountain to provide equestrian services to the community. Canyon Ridge Stables is moving forward to expand boarding facilities and will originate trail rides for Club members.

Being developed by RCB Management, Inc., Tauqueta Falls is a private gated community situated atop Lookout Mountain featuring the stunning golf course by the noted designer, Rick Robbins. The development is envisioned as a primary and second-home community with over 400 acres carefully blended into a pristine natural setting. In addition to championship golf, the community will feature hiking trails, horseback riding, a swim and fitness center, tennis facilities and several stocked lakes. Homesites and cabins are currently available. For more information: 888-883-9800 or (706) 398-0700.

Headquartered in Charlotte, NC, RCB Management, Inc. is a private investment and real estate development company. In addition to Tauqueta Falls, RCB Management, Inc. is involved in the development of Regency Park at Lake Norman located in Huntersville, NC, one of Charlotte’s fastest-growing suburbs. Regency Park at Lake Norman is an approved, mixed-use subdivision that includes commercial offices and residential parcels. For additional information on this development, contact CB Richard Ellis or Ryan Clutter: 704-331-1211.


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