Once better known to locals as a quiet town on the outskirts of Hamilton County, or to passerbyers as a quick stop for fuel or fast food along Interstate-75 – a few things have changed in recent years.
Crossing Georgia Avenue from City Center one begins to sense something significant has changed. Bookstore, large sprawling buildings, an arena and oh yes, block student housing – we must be nearing the University…
The Southside, recently described as an “emerging area,” is undoubtedly settling into its own identity these days. It is safe to say the area is no longer emerging – perhaps thriving would be a better descriptor.
When people talk about Chattanooga one consistent theme is always the Riverfront. Perhaps no other portion of the city has changed so drastically in the last 25 years as this little stretch of land along the bend of the Tennessee River.