Eclectic and Thriving
NorthShore’s charming cottages and restored ‘40s-style bungalows possess a hearty dose of character. Neighborhoods in the Normal Park area are popular with young families, including Northshore Heights – a planned community of craftsman and Tudor-style houses. Meanwhile, condos such as One North Shore, Bridgeview, and The Terrace at Frazier are in-demand living spaces for professionals of all ages; other condo options include The Pinnacle and River Point.
Many of the area’s top employers are a short commute from NorthShore. Among them are BlueCross BlueShield, TVA, Unum, Cigna, EPB, Kenco Group, Southern Champion Tray, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Chattanooga State Community College, city and county governments, and three major health systems.
The Market Street Bridge connects NorthShore to City Center, allowing for easy access to downtown by car or bike. Adjacent to Highway 27 and within blocks of I-24 and I-75, NorthShore is in an ideal location for reaching the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Atlanta, Nashville, Birmingham, and Knoxville.
Elementary schools include Rivermont, Normal Park Museum Magnet Lower School, and Red Bank. Older students attend Red Bank Middle or Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School, and Red Bank High School. Other magnet schools are nearby, such as Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences, and Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts. Also close by are nationally and regionally acclaimed private schools, including Girls Preparatory School, Notre Dame High School, St. Jude School, St. Peter’s Episcopal School, The Bright School, The Montessori School, Baylor School, and McCallie School.
In addition to top hospitals CHI Memorial, Erlanger, and Parkridge, residents can take advantage of nearby pharmacies and dental care. Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation, Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Chattanooga, and Kindred Hospital are within minutes of NorthShore.