Real Estate

Normandy Apartments In Red Bank Sell For $5,850,000


The Normandy Apartments in Red Bank have sold for $5,850,000. The complex is at 3507 Dayton Blvd. The sale was from Robert W. Monday to Andrew Sephos Raymus Tr, Toni Marie Raymus Tr, Marie Antoinette Raymus Tr, Andrew S. Sephos and Toni Marie Raymus Community Property Trust. (click for more)

Chattanooga’s Big Dig, completed by S&ME, Inc. and Civic Engineering for the City of Chattanooga, won the People’s Choice Award at the Engineering Excellence Awards. The project provides the storm drainage backbone for a 1,100-acre area and protects the historic St. Elmo District, large parts of Alton Park and South Chattanooga from a 100-year flood event.
Chattanooga’s Big Dig, completed by S&ME, Inc. and Civic Engineering for the City of Chattanooga, won the People’s Choice Award at the Engineering Excellence Awards. The project provides the storm drainage backbone for a 1,100-acre area and protects the historic St. Elmo District, large parts of Alton Park and South Chattanooga from a 100-year flood event.

Warehouses, Offices Near I-75 Sell For $4 Million

Real Estate Transfers For Nov. 1-7



A 10.5-acre site with two large warehouses and 6,200 square feet of office space near I-75 has sold for $4 million. There is a 3.5-acre undeveloped outparcel. The property is at 7801 Lee Highway. The sale was to Atn Hoelzel Lp from Rv Storage Fund Lp. (click for more)


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CBL Properties Announces Gary Bryenton And Gary Nay To Retire From Board Of Directors

Registration Open For Part 2 Of Chattanooga’s Housing Connections Conference

Habitat For Humanity To Hold Restore Grand Opening In Dalton This Weekend


CBL Properties announced that Gary Bryenton and Gary Nay will retire from CBL’s board of directors, effective Dec. 31. “CBL has greatly benefited from the valuable insight, guidance and ... (click for more)

Last month the City of Chattanooga held part one of its inaugural Housing Connections Conference. Community leaders and subject-matter experts will meet again Saturday, Nov. 10, to continue the ... (click for more)

The public is invited to Habitat for Humanity’s ReStore Grand Opening at at 111 N. Glenwood Ave. in Dalton on Friday and Saturday. The ribbon cutting will take place at 10 a.m. on Friday. ... (click for more)


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