Real Estate

Bluestone Properties Buys New Apartment Complex At 1400 Chestnut Street

Bluestone Properties has acquired the newly built 200-unit property 1400 Chestnut Apartments on the Southside. 1400 Chestnut is a four-story residential community that offers one- and two-bedroom apartments for rent. Officials said the property includes "premium materials and finishes like quartz countertops, tiles accents and backsplashes, wood flooring, and white cabinetry to stainless steel appliances." It also has a resort-style ... (click for more)

This home at 1513 Carroll Lane in North Chattanooga is among the city's million dollar homes. See story on Real Estate.
This home at 1513 Carroll Lane in North Chattanooga is among the city's million dollar homes. See story on Real Estate.

East Ridge Apartment Complex Sells For $6,550,000

Habitat For Humanity Of Cleveland To Share In $500,000 THDA Grant; Funds To Help Build One Local Home


An apartment complex in East Ridge has sold for $6,550,000. The Fountain Garden Apartments are at 3725 Fountain Ave. The sale was to QPG Fountain Apartments, LLC from Greenleaf Investment Partners L307 LLC. (click for more)

Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland announced it will receive $15,500 in grant funding by Habitat for Humanity of Tennessee to build one new home in Cleveland/Bradley County. The funding comes as part of a $500,000 grant from the Tennessee Housing Development Agency. Habitat for Humanity ... (click for more)



Real Estate Transfers For Nov. 6-11

Kim Bass: October 2019 Market Statistics

City Council Concerned That Initially Approved Development Site Plans Change Significantly


NOTICE: The Hamilton County Register’s Office did not publish this data. All information in the Register’s Office is public information as set out in T.C.A. 10-7-503. For questions regarding ... (click for more)

As we begin the slower time of year for home sales, historically low mortgage rates will continue to support buyer demand and may create additional lift to home prices as excellent affordability ... (click for more)

City Council members said they are concerned that development plans approved at the Planning Commission level may significantly change when it comes to starting construction. Councilman Darrin ... (click for more)


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