Medical Offices Building At 901 Riverfront Parkway Sells For $12,970,000

Thursday, July 2, 2020

A medical office building at 901 Riverfront Parkway has sold for almost $13 million.

The sale was to Chattanooga 901 Medical Properties Llc from Riverfront Commercial Center Llc.

The three-story building opened in 2018.

 

It was said to be "locally-owned and managed" and "right at the heart of downtown Chattanooga’s business district, with great views of the Tennessee River.

 Amenities include parking, excellent visibility and customization availability."

 

Bob Elliott, president of Noon Development, said at the time, “The 901 Riverfront Parkway is a brand new development that offers fantastic river views and hard-to-find custom office and medical space in the heart of the city.”

 

One of the first tenants was Chattanooga Ear Nose & Throat, that had been founded by Dr. Robert Bowers nearly half a century ago.

 

 


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