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Project: Bella Vita Restaurant Location: 1400 Cowart St., Chattanooga (formerly Niko’s Southside Grill) Owner: Tammie Taylor

• Project: Amber Brook Gardens on Cassandra Smith Road, near Publix. • Owners: Pratt Home Builders. • Size: Homes range from 1,700 to 2,700 square feet.

• Project: North Shore apartments. • Location: 110 Tremont St. • Developer: John Wise. • Contractor: Wise Construction Co.

A Nashville investment group created in 2010 to buy and manage real estate in the Southeast bought apartment complexes in Chattanooga and Red Bank this week and is looking to buy even more rental properties in what investors see as a strong apartment market in the Chattanooga area.

Americans inherited the English common law doctrine that "a man's house is his castle."

Christopher Beasley is a self-described nerd whose passions live in both the ancient world of Medieval fantasy and the real-time world of Internet commerce.

The small house movement has been getting bigger — not the houses, the movement itself.

KIMBALL, Tenn. — You can tell where the public road ends and John "Thunder" Thornton's Jasper Highlands road begins — four inches of asphalt on top of gravel and red clay, compacted under the knobby teeth of a sheepsfoot roller.

Project: Hardwood flooring plant expansion. Location: 210 E. 11th Street, South Pittsburg, Tenn. Owner: Shaw Industries Inc.

A blighted Chattanooga community could receive a life-saving injection of new blood if a $35 million apartment complex at an abandoned factory moves forward as planned.

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