229 Housing Units Proposed At Chattanooga Boiler & Tank Property As Main Street Continues Transition From Industrial To Residential

Saturday, November 6, 2021

A project with 229 dwelling units is planned at the Chattanooga Boiler & Tank property at 1030 E. Main St.

The property includes 3.86 acres.

EAD Holdings LLC is the applicant for UGC zoning.

The staff of the Regional Planning Agency said, "The development form for the area is transitioning from a historic industrial area with large buildings, paved parking lots, and outdoor storage to a mixed-use form with 3-story buildings built close to the street, townhouses with parking to the rear
and streetscaping. The UGC zone is a common zone tool for properties transitioning away from manufacturing uses in this area."

The case goes before the Planning Commission on Monday at 1 p.m. at the County Courthouse. 

 


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