Prime location in downtown Chattanooga's Southside. This property, constructed as a car dealership in the 1950's, is undergoing a complete renovation and provides numerous features to stir creativity, productivity, and innovation, from a classic plate-glass, street-front showroom with terrazzo floors to industrial features like brick walls, industrial windows, and steel girders in open space under high ceilings.
The property offers a range of exposures, with its west end highly visible to Broad Street traffic in both directions, and its east end accessible to Cowart Street and neighborhood retail opportunities. The north side offers access to the tree-lined sidewalks of 17th Street, and the south side offers access to the parking lot.
On the west, Broad Street traffic provides great demographics, being the Lookout Mountain commuter route to downtown, and also the primary connector between downtown and Lookout Mtn tourism, connecting the Aquarium, the Creative Discovery Museum, and IMAX to Rock City and Ruby Falls. A restaurant could pull tourists and commuters alike for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. A showroom with large glass front on Broad Street could pull furniture, clothing, or other retail consumers.
On the east, the north corner faces the tree-lined courtyard for Cowart Place Condominiums, providing a great entrance and pedestrian access for a neighborhood restaurant or pub, or for other neighborhood retail for the vibrant Southside Community.
Occupying the entire block between 17th, 18th, Broad, and Cowart Streets, this development is one of the last downtown retail and office offerings that includes parking. The property is on Broad Street's AM commuter side, but because it also fronts Cowart Street, there is right-turn access to the traffic light at 20th Street for PM commuters. Parking on the property with street parking on three sides for a total ratio of about 4 spaces per thousand.. Downtown Chattanooga's Southside is experiencing the vibrant redevelopment that began years ago and shows no sign of slowing. The last few years of residential devleopment in the area have brought everything from new condominiums and townhomes, to new single-family homes, and new apartments. Battle Academy, one of the newest elementary schools in Hamilton County, sits two blocks away and speaks to the areas sustained growth. The site is an easy walk to Finley Stadium, The Chattanooga Choo Choo, and a number of restaurants.
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