What Chattanooga has known as Warehouse Row for more than 30 years traces its beginnings back to the Civil War, when it was known as the Old Stone Fort. It was a warehouse district at the turn of the 20th century then, nearly 100 more years later, was turned into the mixed-use development and destination shopping center with which area residents and visitors are familiar today.
* WHO'S WHO: Includes Wild Honey Hair Studio; retailers Anthropologie, Embellish, J. Crew, Hemline, Lululemon Athletica, Onward Reserve, Revival, The Cosmetic Market, Yves Delorme, That Glasses Guy and Madewell; and restaurants Public House, The Social, Tupelo Honey Cafe, Two Ten Jack, Goodman Coffee. Businesses holding office space in Warehouse Row include Barge Design Solutions Inc., Barry Bogo Jewelry, Bellhop, Coyote Logistics, Ernst & Young, Hamico, Revival Interiors, Signix, Medical Billing Management LLC, Modis, Stantec, Southtree, South State Bank, U.S. Attorney, Cortina, CAC Specialty and Summerour Architects.
* HAPPY HOLIDAYS: From featuring local artists to giving to local organizations, the retailers and and restaurants at Warehouse Row are particularly committed to supporting the Chattanooga community during the holiday season.
* Online: warehouserow.com
* Instagram: @warehouserow
* Facebook: @WarehouseRow
* Pinterest: @warehouserowchattanooga