Market Street Partners, PLLC, Opens New Chattanooga Headquarters

Tuesday, May 19, 2020
Market Street Partners, PLLC, a dual-market Chattanooga-based accounting firm, announces the relocation of its headquarters to 807 Market St. in downtown Chattanooga. 

“The past couple of years have been momentous for us at Market Street Partners, and we are excited to set up in a new space that has enough elbow room to comfortably, and safely, support our upward trajectory,” said Kyle Bryant, CPA, and founding partner at Market Street Partners. “We’ve been looking forward to returning to Market Street for quite some time now. We are committed to helping as many area businesses succeed as we can, and this spacious location in Chattanooga’s nerve center will help us do just that.”

Market Street Partners originally called the historic Lovemans Building home before moving to a larger office space on Georgia Avenue in 2018.
In addition to increased square footage, the new Market Street location — catty-corner to Miller Plaza — provides a direct on-street entrance, extra client parking options, dedicated client meeting rooms and more room for staff to operate.


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