2020 // NorthShore

(Above) Photo by Beacon Imagery

 

Energetic and Artful

 

Boasting a charming and eclectic vibe, NorthShore is one of the more popular neighborhoods among Chattanoogans. With its fair share of new construction and renovation, as well as a prime location, it’s a great fit for those with active and involved lifestyles.

 

Did You Know?

NorthShore’s 23-acre Renaissance Park, a thriving clean river habitat, was designed to promote the return of native plants and animals in what was once a polluted area.

(Second) Photo by Philip Slowiak

 

REAL ESTATE:

Home to a variety of different styles, dwellings in the NorthShore area all have one thing in common: They are undeniably charming. From Tudor-inspired houses to bungalows straight from the 1940s, the offerings in NorthShore are popular with young families. Planned communities such as Northshore Heights are in demand, while One North Shore, Bridgeview, The Terrace at Frazier, The Pinnacle, and River Point are condos that suit the professional crowd. Additional residences are slated for Woodland Avenue and Fair Point Street, which will collectively welcome more than 30 townhomes and condos in 2020.

 

TOP EMPLOYERS:

Several top employers in Chattanooga are a short commute from NorthShore. They include BlueCross BlueShield, TVA, Unum, EPB, Kenco Group, Southern Champion Tray, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and Chattanooga State Community College, as well as city and county governments and three major health systems.

 

TRANSPORTATION:

NorthShore is an ideal location for a variety of reasons. Within a few minutes’ drive is the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, and the Market Street Bridge provides a convenient way to access the City Center by car or bike. Nearby Highway 27, as well as I-24 and I-75, gives residents easy access to thoroughfares going to destinations such as Atlanta, Nashville, Birmingham, and Knoxville.

 

EDUCATION:

Elementary schools in the area consist of Rivermont, Normal Park Museum Magnet Lower School, and Red Bank. Older students residing in the NorthShore area tend to enroll in Red Bank Middle or Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School, and Red Bank High School. Other magnet schools nearby include Chattanooga School for the Arts and Sciences and Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts. Also close are 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, which are nationally and regionally accredited private schools.

 

HEALTH AND WELLNESS:

Major health care systems are close to NorthShore, including CHI Memorial, Erlanger, and Parkridge. Kindred Hospital, Siskin Hospital for Physical Rehabilitation, and Encompass Health Rehabilitation Hospital of Chattanooga are also a short drive away.