Downtown

At the heart of downtown, the City Center is bustling with activities that attract residents to a variety of restaurants, attractions, recreational activities and annual festivals.
Welcome to Downtown Chattanooga
 
Downtown is where residents enjoy city life with an abundance of restaurants, and attractions.  Urban living is very popular with close proximity to employers, schools and medical facilities.
 
What to Love
 
Downtown offers a great selection of housing options.  A nice selection of upscale townhomes, condominiums, apartments and single family homes make downtown a viable option for those that want the urban living experience.  Popular neighborhoods include Cameron Harbor, Museum Bluffs, Parkwood, Fort Wood District, Cowart Place, Walnut Hill and many others. 
 
Residents have easy access to Chattanooga's main hospitals including Erlanger and CHI Memorial.
 
Top employers are easily accessible including Tennessee Valley Authority, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Unum, Cigna and EPB.
 
Downtown is home to the minor league baseball team the Chattanooga Lookouts and AT&T field.
 
Local Lifestyle
 
Miller Park and Coolidge Park provide residents green space for family fun.  The Riverwalk spans downtown and is great for bicycling or walking.  Music festivals are a way of life downtown from Riverbend, 3 Sisters Bluegrass Festival, Nightfall and Riverfront Nights.
 
Overlooking the Tennessee River, Bluff View Art District specializes in visual, culinary and landscape art.  The Hunter Art Museum is next door and River Gallery Sculpture Garden.  Also downtown is the Bessie Smith Cultural Center home to African American history.
 
Dining and Entertainment
 
There are a variety of dining options downtown including coffee shops, pubs and bars.  Food Truck Alley is the city's food truck park and is located off Market Street.
 
Things To Do
 
The Tennessee Aquarium draws tourists and residents year round.  Nearby the IMAX theater and AMC show a variety of films.  Downtown also offers children the Creative Discovery Museum.  Other attractions include National Medal of Honor, Chattanooga Pinball Museum, Civil Axe Throwing and iGNis Glass Studio.
 
A variety of shops include jewelry stores, clothing stores, and boutiques.  The West Village is also a popular area and offers various restaurants and shopping.
 
Schools
 
Many public schools are located downtown as well as many of the areas private schools.
 
Baylor School (Co-ed) 
Girls Preparatory School (all Girls)
McCalliie School (all Boys)
Chattanooga Christian School
The Montessori School
Notre Dame High School
 
 

 

 
 
 
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