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New downtown development

New downtown development

More downtown housing & retail.

"River Rock" development will be built on former Unum parking lots.

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New downtown development

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A new residential and commercial development is moving forward in downtown chattanooga.

A south carolina based company acquired nearly three acres of land on 4th and cherry streets for development.

The planned community will be called river rock.

It will include multifamily units, townhomes and 16 thousand square feet of commercial space.

Construction on river rock is expected to begin in september.




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