Car Wash In East Brainerd Sells For $2,166,667

Thursday, January 14, 2021

A car wash in East Brainerd has sold for $2,166,667.

Goo Goo Car Wash is at 1833 Gunbarrel Road. 

The sale was to Mjbk Capital Llc from Imo Us Georgia Llc.


Planning Process For Westside Featured On TV Show On Thursday

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Robert Backer: “Love Letters” Can End With A Broken Heart


College Hill Courts is Chattanooga’s oldest and largest public housing community in the Westside, dating back to 1940. Throughout the years, the Boynton Terrace Apartments, Gateway Tower, and ... (click for more)

Fifteen three-story townhouses are planned behind the Raceway on South Broad Street. The project by developers Hiren Desai and Jimmy White will be called The Flats at Southside Gardens. ... (click for more)

Recently for Valentine’s Day, you may have received a sweet note from a loved one. That’s all fine and good for showing affection, but in real estate, “love letters” can take on a different meaning. ... (click for more)



Real Estate

Planning Process For Westside Featured On TV Show On Thursday

College Hill Courts is Chattanooga’s oldest and largest public housing community in the Westside, dating back to 1940. Throughout the years, the Boynton Terrace Apartments, Gateway Tower, and Dogwood Manor were built, doubling the number of public housing units within the Westside District. The District encompasses the Golden Gateway area between U.S. 27, Riverfront Parkway, MLK ... (click for more)

15 3-Story Townhouse Units Planned Behind Raceway On Broad Street

Fifteen three-story townhouses are planned behind the Raceway on South Broad Street. The project by developers Hiren Desai and Jimmy White will be called The Flats at Southside Gardens. The townhomes will be at the corner of 25th Street and Cowart. There will be 62 parking spaces at the southeast corner of the block, which includes 1.27 acres. The rezoning case will ... (click for more)

Breaking News

Governor Lee Signs Executive Orders To Lift Nursing Home Restrictions; Remote Meetings Allowed Through April 28

Governor Bill Lee has signed new Executive Orders 77 , 78 and 79 lifting visitation restrictions at nursing homes and allowing remote meetings to continue through April 28. He said, “Our state’s COVID-19 numbers continue to improve thanks to efficient vaccine distribution and efforts to protect our most vulnerable citizens,” said Gov. Lee. “I have authorized continuation of ... (click for more)

Richards, Condra Charged In Drug Overdose Death; Victim Had Toxic Level Of Fentanyl

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics and Special Operations Division has concluded an investigation into a Dec. 8, 2020 death in the Lakesite area resulting from a drug overdose with the arrest of two local men. Marshal Dale Richards, 41, from Soddy Daisy, was arrested and charged with second-degree murder with a bond of $125,000, and criminal conspiracy heroin for ... (click for more)

Opinion

Thanks For Bringing Attention To The Crotch Rocket Problem On Frazier Avenue

Thanks to the Chattanoogan.com police blotter for bringing public attention to the crotch rocket problem on Frazier Avenue and on the Veterans Bridge. I have witnessed this stupidity first-hand, both as a pedestrian and while driving in my car. My gratitude and respect go out to the Chattanooga Police Department and its officers who are trying to remedy this combination ... (click for more)

Kindhearted, Loving People Still Abound

The other morning, I was with my sweet daughter and we were on the way to work. I was on another planet as we motored down Signal and when we got about 50 feet from the Krystal, my girl yelled "KRYSTAL!" Instinctively, I ram-jammed the brakes and whipped the truck to the right and there we were in line for a great bacon egg and cheese please biscuit with a big, fat bucket of coffee- ... (click for more)