NAI Charter Completes Long-Term Lease Agreement With Lansing Building Products

Wednesday, March 18, 2020


Chattanooga’s Commercial Real Estate firm NAI Charter has completed a long-term lease agreement for 42,000 square feet of industrial space, located at 3603 Elwood Lane, which is near the Bonny Oaks Industrial Park in Chattanooga.

Jeff Jennings, CCIM placed one of his long-standing clients, Lansing Building Products, into the Build-to-Suit agreement.  The deal provides Lansing with "an ideal location and a state-of-the-art facility."  This is the third transaction Mr. Jennings has completed for Lansing.

Lansing Building Products, a family-owned and operated company since 1947, is in building product sales and services with 77 locations across 25 states.


Home Sales Continue To Rise Despite Uncertainty

Top 10 Real Estate Transactions In Hamilton County In March

Real Estate Transfers For March 26-April 1


According to figures provided by Greater Nashville Realtors, there were 3,346 home closings reported for the month of March. This figure indicates a 3.4 percent increase from the 3,237 closings ... (click for more)

Here are the Top 10 real estate transactions in Hamilton County in March: 1. $63,150,000.00 1348 PASSENGER ST, CHATTANOOGA 2. $11,500,000.00 201 MAIN ST W, CHATTANOOGA 3. $3,564,000.00 ... (click for more)

NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding ... (click for more)




Real Estate

Home Sales Continue To Rise Despite Uncertainty

According to figures provided by Greater Nashville Realtors, there were 3,346 home closings reported for the month of March. This figure indicates a 3.4 percent increase from the 3,237 closings reported for the same period last year. Data for the first quarter of 2020 showed 8,776 closings, a 9.1 percent increase from the 8,047 closings during the first quarter of 2019. ... (click for more)

Top 10 Real Estate Transactions In Hamilton County In March

Here are the Top 10 real estate transactions in Hamilton County in March: 1. $63,150,000.00 1348 PASSENGER ST, CHATTANOOGA 2. $11,500,000.00 201 MAIN ST W, CHATTANOOGA 3. $3,564,000.00 Parcel: 155K E 002 4. $2,524,154.00 6171 ENTERPRISE PARK DR, CHATTANOOGA 5. $2,110,000.00 Parcel: 057 099 6. $2,100,000.00 Parcel: 134 040.05 7. $2,005,000.00 Parcel: 120O H 025 ... (click for more)

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