New Venue In Rossville, The Emerson, Now Booking Events

  • Monday, February 12, 2024

The Venue Chattanooga, an event space across from Black Creek neighborhood, announces their new sister property in Rossville called The Emerson. Formally known as the Renaissance Center, this 10 acre property was purchased in early December of last year. The Emerson’s 9,000 square foot space is perfect for fundraisers, corporate events and weddings.

The property underwent a facelift and is now ready to host events. The interior space has transformed into a moody-chic design with 10 gold chandeliers and a contemporary fireplace. The space can accommodate between 325 to 500 guests depending on the type of event. A stage, tables, and champagne chiavari chairs are offered with the rental. The location also offers a covered courtyard area under a lighted canopy. Steps away from the courtyard is a 48x65 patio that can accommodate 300 seated guests for a wedding ceremony or a large cocktail party.

Onsite housing accommodations, up to 20 guests, are also available for an additional charge.

The Emerson is now open for tours and ready to book 2024 and 2025 events. Discounted rates are being offered for a limited time so come soon and see one of the largest and newest event spaces in the Chattanooga area.

Please contact hello@theemersonvenue.com or call 994-2272 for more information.

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