Northshore

Northshore

Close-Knit, Eclectic Community

One of Chattanooga’s most sought-after neighborhoods,
the centrally located Northshore is known for its renovated homes, top-tier schools, and family-friendly lifestyle.

Real Estate:

Residences in Northshore – which range from quaint cottages and restored ’40s-style bungalows to brand-new single-family homes and townhomes – exude character and charm. Master-planned communities such as Northshore Heights offer custom homes perfect for families, while condos such as One North Shore, Bridgeview, and Bridge Tender are hot commodities for professionals of all ages. Even more condos are available at The Pinnacle and River Point, and another three-story condo complex is in the works at the junction of Northshore’s Cherokee Boulevard and West Bell Avenue.

Top Employers:

Northshore is only a short drive away from top employers such as BlueCross BlueShield, Unum, Cigna, TVA, EPB, Kenco Group, Southern Champion Tray, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and Chattanooga State Community College. City and county governments and three major health systems are also conveniently located nearby.

Transportation:

Northshore is connected to City Center via the Market Street Bridge, allowing for a quick commute into downtown by car or bike. Adjacent to Highway 27 and close to I-24 and I-75, Northshore provides easy access to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham, and Knoxville.

Education:

The area’s elementary schools include Rivermont, Red Bank, and Normal Park Museum Magnet Lower School. Older students attend Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School and Red Bank Middle and High Schools. Magnet school Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts is conveniently located in Northshore. 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. See the red pins on the map below.

Health + Wellness:

In addition to prominent hospital systems CHI Memorial, Erlanger Health System, and Parkridge Health System, Northshore 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 located within minutes of Northshore. See the blue pins on the map below.

Grocery Stores:

One of two Whole Foods in the city, the Northshore location features organic groceries in addition to a coffee shop, hot bar, café seating, and more. A few blocks away, supermarket chain Publix offers fresh produce and groceries, as well as a bakery and deli. See the green pins on the map below.

Outdoors + Parks:

With its historic carousel, interactive water fountain, and sweeping views of the Tennessee River, Coolidge Park is a Northshore icon. This open space connects to the 23-acre Renaissance Park, a former industrial site that is now home to native plants and animals. Nearby, Stringers Ridge’s forested trails are a popular destination for running, biking, and hiking. Outdoor enthusiasts should also check out Adventure Sports Innovation, a company that’s pioneering new technology for outdoor experiences.

Shopping + Dining:

A mix of eclectic and upscale shops line Northshore’s Cherokee and Frazier Avenues. The neighborhood’s dining options are similarly diverse, with offerings ranging from gourmet hot dogs and fresh poke bowls to locally made ice cream and specialty coffee. Grocery stores such as Whole Foods and Publix provide residents with everything they need for a meal at home.

Fitness:

The neighborhood has a wide selection of gyms that offer yoga, Pilates, HIIT, and other workouts. Bike lanes and sidewalks encourage activity year-round.  

Festivals:

Several popular festivals draw a crowd to Northshore every year. Local favorite Wine Over Water is the city’s premier food and wine tasting event taking place right on the Walnut Street Bridge. In 2018, the two-day Moon River Music Festival made Coolidge Park its permanent home; this family-friendly festival celebrates the music community with more than 20 performances across two stages.

Arts + Entertainment:

One of the oldest and largest community theaters in the country, the Chattanooga Theatre Centre organizes 11 annual productions in addition to drama classes and activities for aspiring thespians. The Association for Visual Arts, which operates gallery hours as well as programs that advance the visual arts, is also located in the heart of Northshore. Each July, residents and visitors gather in Coolidge Park for Pops on the River – a free patriotic concert by the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera.

Close-Knit, Eclectic Community

One of Chattanooga’s most sought-after neighborhoods,
the centrally located Northshore is known for its renovated homes, top-tier schools, and family-friendly lifestyle.

 

Residences in Northshore – which range from quaint cottages and restored ’40s-style bungalows to brand-new single-family homes and townhomes – exude character and charm. Master-planned communities such as Northshore Heights offer custom homes perfect for families, while condos such as One North Shore, Bridgeview, and Bridge Tender are hot commodities for professionals of all ages. Even more condos are available at The Pinnacle and River Point, and another three-story condo complex is in the works at the junction of Northshore’s Cherokee Boulevard and West Bell Avenue.

Northshore is only a short drive away from top employers such as BlueCross BlueShield, Unum, Cigna, TVA, EPB, Kenco Group, Southern Champion Tray, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, and Chattanooga State Community College. City and county governments and three major health systems are also conveniently located nearby.

Northshore is connected to City Center via the Market Street Bridge, allowing for a quick commute into downtown by car or bike. Adjacent to Highway 27 and close to I-24 and I-75, Northshore provides easy access to the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, Nashville, Atlanta, Birmingham, and Knoxville.

The area’s elementary schools include Rivermont, Red Bank, and Normal Park Museum Magnet Lower School. Older students attend Normal Park Museum Magnet Upper School and Red Bank Middle and High Schools. Magnet school Chattanooga High School Center for Creative Arts is conveniently located in Northshore. 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. See the red pins on the map below.

In addition to prominent hospital systems CHI Memorial, Erlanger Health System, and Parkridge Health System, Northshore 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 located within minutes of Northshore. See the blue pins on the map below.

One of two Whole Foods in the city, the Northshore location features organic groceries in addition to a coffee shop, hot bar, café seating, and more. A few blocks away, supermarket chain Publix offers fresh produce and groceries, as well as a bakery and deli. See the green pins on the map below.

With its historic carousel, interactive water fountain, and sweeping views of the Tennessee River, Coolidge Park is a Northshore icon. This open space connects to the 23-acre Renaissance Park, a former industrial site that is now home to native plants and animals. Nearby, Stringers Ridge’s forested trails are a popular destination for running, biking, and hiking. Outdoor enthusiasts should also check out Adventure Sports Innovation, a company that’s pioneering new technology for outdoor experiences.

A mix of eclectic and upscale shops line Northshore’s Cherokee and Frazier Avenues. The neighborhood’s dining options are similarly diverse, with offerings ranging from gourmet hot dogs and fresh poke bowls to locally made ice cream and specialty coffee. Grocery stores such as Whole Foods and Publix provide residents with everything they need for a meal at home. Fitness: The neighborhood has a wide selection of gyms that offer yoga, Pilates, HIIT, and other workouts. Bike lanes and sidewalks encourage activity year-round. Festivals: Several popular festivals draw a crowd to Northshore every year. Local favorite Wine Over Water is the city’s premier food and wine tasting event taking place right on the Walnut Street Bridge. In 2018, the two-day Moon River Music Festival made Coolidge Park its permanent home; this family-friendly festival celebrates the music community with more than 20 performances across two stages.

The neighborhood has a wide selection of gyms that offer yoga, Pilates, HIIT, and other workouts. Bike lanes and sidewalks encourage activity year-round.  

Several popular festivals draw a crowd to Northshore every year. Local favorite Wine Over Water is the city’s premier food and wine tasting event taking place right on the Walnut Street Bridge. In 2018, the two-day Moon River Music Festival made Coolidge Park its permanent home; this family-friendly festival celebrates the music community with more than 20 performances across two stages.

One of the oldest and largest community theaters in the country, the Chattanooga Theatre Centre organizes 11 annual productions in addition to drama classes and activities for aspiring thespians. The Association for Visual Arts, which operates gallery hours as well as programs that advance the visual arts, is also located in the heart of Northshore. Each July, residents and visitors gather in Coolidge Park for Pops on the River – a free patriotic concert by the Chattanooga Symphony & Opera.

Did you know?

Chattanooga Golf & Country Club,
the oldest course at its original site in Tennessee, was founded in 1896. Located on the banks of the Tennessee River, the club was formed only eight years after the opening of the first golf course in the United States.

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