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    Downtown City Center | 37402, 37403 Real Estate

    Behold. Downtown is the heart of the city. It holds panoramic views that will reveal to you exactly why you live here. Watching the Tennessee River flow underneath the famous three blue steel bridges connecting one side of the city to the other and appearing to drift off into the mountains, is a magical sight to see. In fact, everytime we walk across the Walnut Street Bridge- the longest pedestrian bridge in the world- this view reminds us of just how great this city is. Three seasons out of the year, the Tennessee Riverfront is alive with music from the multiple festivals including Riverbend and Three Sisters. The bustling 16.1 mile long riverwalk running parallel with the river is home to walkers, joggers, and cyclists every day of the week. On any given day March-October, you can find the tennessee river full of paddle boards, kayaks and speed boats. The restaurants are bar none with views almost as good as the food. From Chef Erik Neil serving world-class seafood at Easy Bistro (home to the old Coca-Cola Bottling Plant) to Chef Rebecca Barron’s twist on New American at fine dining restaurant St. John’s, the food scene in Chattanooga is respected nationwide. Head on over to the newly acclaimed West Village, anchored by the beautiful Westin Hotel. There you will find more live music, bars, and restaurants including Citron Et Sel, where you can take a shot of their more than 30 labels of tequila from an ice shot glass and baseball throw it at a huge bell. Lots of fun! Don’t forget about the Chattanooga Market which was voted one of the “Top 10 Public Markets in America”. Food trucks, local vendors, farmers, and musicians supply this market with everything you need on Sunday Funday from 11a-4p. There is so much to do in the heart of the city that we can’t list it all, so you’ll have to experience it for yourself. This neighborhood is ideal for homeowners that want to buy their first condo on the river starting at 159k, the lavish buyer wanting a million dollar penthouse, and anyone in between that just loves great food, nightlift, and lives an active lifestyle.

    Downtown is Chattanooga.



    • University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is a public university located in downtown Chattanooga and has around 10,000 students. Tuition ranges from 16-26k per year depending on if you are in state or out of state resident.



    • TN Aquarium

    • Ross’s Landing

    • Creative Discovery Museum

    • Sports Barn

    • YMCA

    • Chattanooga Ducks

    • Chattanooga Whiskey Distillery

    • Hutton & Smith Brewing

    • Oddstory Brewery

    • Bitter Alibi

    • St. Johns Restaurant

    • Easy Bistro

    • Urban Stack

    • AMC Majestic 12 Theater

    • Bluff View Art District

    • Tivoli Theater

    • Hunter Museum of Art

    • Miller Park

    • McKenzie Arena

    • Sailors and Soldiers Memorial Auditorium

    • West Bridge

    • Chattanooga Market at First Tennessee Pavilion

    • Whiskey Thief

    • UTC

    • Tennessee Riverwalk

    • Walnunt Street Pedestrian Bridge

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