Located at the end of the Market Street Bridge at the intersection of Market and Frazier, BridgeView is the defining architectural structure marking the entrance to Chattanooga's trendy North Shore District.
Completed in late 2008, BridgeView's brick exterior features a dramatic fi ve-story steel and glass rotunda and is punctuated by private balconies offering dramatic views of the surrounding river, parks, city and mountains.
Six residential condominiums and the one remaining penthouse space are now available. "In the two weeks time that these units have been available, we have had tremendous interest and are now in contract negotiations on three units. This speaks to the quality and desirability of BridgeView,
the North Shore area and to our local housing market," explains Darlene Brown, of Real Estate Partners Chattanooga, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for BridgeView.
The last remaining penthouse space, nearly 3,000 square feet, with wraparound balconies on all sides, is available in the shell. With its wall of glass in the building's signature rotunda area, it offers the opportunity to finish the space to the owner's exact specifications.
BridgeView's developers, Northshore Partners, LLC led by principals Butch Lunsford, Bill Haisten and Steve Dillard, were committed to quality in every aspect of BridgeView's construction and design. The building offers many attributes like the extraordinary level of soundproofing, security features and impeccable finishes in the condominiums and common spaces, said Brown. The full-time concierge completes the "city living" experience and helps maintain the building.
BridgeView's design takes advantage of its two "front doors," overlooking the North Shore and River/Park districts. River Street connects owners to both Coolidge and Renaissance parks. The location is a "lifestyle changer," said Brown.
"Owners here tell me their cars spend a lot of time in the garage," she said. "BridgeView offers the perfect downtown, pedestrian lifestyle. Go play in the park, shop, dine, do your banking, pick up groceries - it's all right out your front door."