Featured Property of the Week: Three Bedroom Fully Updated Single Level Home In Chattanooga

one level home in Chattanooga

Chattanooga Property Shop is pleased to offer the listing of the week our newest listing… 516 Cedar Glen Drive in convenient East Ridge. Minutes to downtown, East Brainerd and Fort Ooglethorpe, this home is completely updated inside and out.  From … Continue reading

Chattanooga schools: Normal Park

  Continuing in the Chattanooga school series. North Chattanooga is one of the most popular places to live in Chattanooga. Much of it is walking distance to parks, restaurants and downtown. Older cottages, new construction and restored turn of the … Continue reading

Day of no obligations: Chattanooga Style

What to do in Chattanooga

The Daily Post‘s prompt of the day today was what would you do if you had no obligations for one day. No kids, no job, house to clean, errands to run, children to raise, etc. Literally nothing you must do. That … Continue reading

MLKing/ University Neighborhood

Chattanooga is home to a lot of history, historical homes and buildings. From being a trade route in the early 1800’s, the location of battles during the Civil War and the home of one of Tennessee’s oldest universities, the city … Continue reading

Chattanooga South Side

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The Chattanooga South Side is one of Chattanooga’s fastest growing neighborhoods. Local businesses moved into the area as part of the Lyndhurst Foundation’s plan to add to “the long-term livability and resilience of the greater Chattanooga region”. With the addition … Continue reading

Chattanooga is a city that invests in itself

Chattanooga is a city that invests in itself. Since the 1960’s when it was called “The dirtiest city in America” by Walter Cronkite, the city leaders have strived to improve the city and its image.  Several groups were formed with the mission to clean up the city and improve the quality of life of the citizens of Chattanooga.  With the creation of Chattanooga Venture in 1985, which ultimately built the Tennessee Aquarium and brought back the Chattanooga downtown area, Chattanooga experienced a great renaissance of growth.  The forward thinking members of Chattanooga created an industry that show cased the new Chattanooga, spawning growth through hotels, restaurants and the revitalization of downtown.

The Lyndhurst Foundation is a grant foundation in Chattanooga whose focus is to contribute to “the long-term livability and resilience of the greater Chattanooga region”.  Via education, the arts, conservation and investment in the community infrastructure, the foundation works to improve Chattanooga for future generations.  The foundation has partnered with other businesses, foundations and organizations to attract new businesses and industries in the technology field to the Chattanooga area, believing this is the future of not only our city, but the world.

Gig City ,which is that partnership, offered an incentive to “Geeks”,  technology forerunners to not only move to Chattanooga, but to help improve key neighborhoods by purchasing home and revitalizing communities. These neighborhoods include the Southside, Highland Park and ML King Neighborhood, all of which are convenient to downtown.

By incentivizing new families to move and bring not only their knowledge and industry to Chattanooga, but also to invest their lives here, the “Geek Move” also encourages an investment in neighborhoods that may have lost that incentive or ability to grow.

Chattanooga is a forward thinking city. Now is the time to live and invest here.