The landscape of commercial real estate is constantly evolving, shaped by economic trends, technological advancements, and shifts in urban planning. As we near end of the third quarter of 2023 and look ahead into 2024, Chattanooga's commercial real estate market stands at the crossroads of innovation and opportunity. Let's look into the future of commercial
Warehouses will pay a key role in commercial real estate in the coming decade. The predictions for real estate growth as we head into the new decade and specifically into the 2020 fiscal year have had one word in common...growth. Both commercial and residential real estate are predicted to continue to grow, albeit in a
Chattanooga continues to see growth in the downtown areas of Riverfront District, Southside and Market City Center. With the addition of 239 units in the Cameron Harbor complex and 199 afforable apartments at Chestnut Flatts joining the Broad Street Project and others already completed, the area is continuing to see an influx of both residential
From ChattanoogaTrend.com Tennessee Governor Bill Lee, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Nippon Paint (USA) Inc. CEO Tetsuro Fujita announced today that Nippon Paint will invest approximately $60 million to establish a facility in Chattanooga. Nippon Paint (USA) will create 150 jobs in Hamilton County over the next five to seven years.
From News Channel 9 online: COLLEGEDALE, Tenn. — If you live in the city of Collegedale and are considering renting out your home using services like AirBnB, you will now have to pay for a permit. The city is the latest in Hamilton County to adopt standards for short-term rentals based on legislation passed by