Affordability and Convenience
Did You Know?
Red Bank is considered an enclave, being completely surrounded by the city limits of Chattanooga.
Just minutes from downtown, Red Bank residents benefit from a low cost of living and close proximity to shopping, health care, and employers.
Real Estate: Spacious townhomes, charming ranch-style homes, and an increasing amount of new constructions can be found in Red Bank. A number of desirable subdivisions and gated communities offer families of all sizes several options for housing.
Top Employers: Roadtec, Chattanooga Bakery Company, Southern Champion Tray, and Serodino, Inc. are just a few of the companies located in NorthShore, an easy commute from Red Bank. Downtown employment is also common among Red Bank residents.
Transportation: By way of Dayton Boulevard or Highway 27, which runs along the western edge of Red Bank, residents can quickly reach downtown Chattanooga. Connecting interstates lead to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Knoxville (I-75 N), Atlanta (I-75 S), Nashville (I-24 W), and Birmingham (I-59 S).
Education: Students attend Alpine Crest Elementary School or Red Bank Elementary, as well as Red Bank Middle School and Red Bank High School. Private schools in and around the city of Chattanooga are a short drive away.
Health and Wellness: Red Bank is home to Erlanger North Hospital, offering 24/7 emergency care among other medical services. Chattanooga’s three largest hospitals – CHI Memorial, Erlanger, and Parkridge – are minutes away.