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Miller-Motte college moving to new center
A group of local developers plan to upgrade, renovate and revitalize the run down 18-acre shopping center at the highly visible corner of Lee Highway and Highway 153 in Chattanooga.
Owner: Independent Healthcare Properties LLC.
Mexican restaurant Taqueria Jalisco announced today it will open a second location this spring with a lunch-oriented restuarant in Miller Plaza on the east corner bordering Cherry Street.
A decade after abandoning plans to relocate its corporate campus to Lupton City, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee is putting the 216-acre site up for sale.
The old Ankar’s roadside restaurant on Lee Highway was chewed apart by a trackhoe this week, demolished as developers make way for a state-of-the-art Speedway convenience store and gas station, coming later this year.
National fishing and hunting powerhouse Cabela's has set its sights on Fort Oglethorpe, where a new 70,000-square-foot superstore planned for the Cloud Springs Road exit off I-75 could begin to rise from the earth as early as this summer.
The store will be the first of its kind in the city of Dalton, according to Thomas Bradford, vice president of Springfield Investments.
A new science lab will allow Kimball campus students to take science courses for the first time from the Kimball branch.
Project: Retail space for prospective client. Owner: Carolina Holdings, Inc., Greeneville, S.C. Cost: $2.2 million investment by Carolina Holdings, Inc.
Chattanooga area home sales rose last year to the highest level since 2007 and most of the homes sold by local Realtors fetched higher prices than in 2012.