Red Bank

Convenient and Affordable

Up-and-coming Red Bank is a thriving city where affordable housing and close proximity to employers, schools, and healthcare enhance the lives of residents.

 

A variety of housing options, including gated communities, townhomes, cottages, and craftsman-style homes, are available in Red Bank. A slew of new constructions, such as the North Point Ridge community, as well as home renovations over the past few years have made the city an increasingly desirable place to live. 

Close to Northshore, Red Bank offers convenient access to employers such as Roadtec, Southern Champion Tray, Chattanooga Bakery, and Serodino, Inc. Downtown employers are also a quick commute away.

Red Bank runs alongside Highway 27, providing residents with access to downtown Chattanooga, the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, and thoroughfares that lead to Nashville, Knoxville, Birmingham, and Atlanta. 

Primary students attend Alpine Crest Elementary or Red Bank Elementary, while Red Bank Middle School and Red Bank High School serve older students. A number of private schools located on the north side of the river are only a short drive away. See the red pins on the map below. 

Residents can receive 24/7 emergency care at Erlanger North Hospital, conveniently located in Red Bank. Chattanooga’s three largest health systems – CHI Memorial, Erlanger, and Parkridge – are also close by. Pharmacies, dental care, and senior living communities, including Life Care Center of Red Bank and StoryPoint Chattanooga, are readily available as well. See the blue pins on the map below.

Supermarket chain Food City can be found in the heart of Red Bank, as can Bread and Butter – a locally owned bakery specializing in artisan bread and a variety of local products. Walmart Neighborhood Market is a short drive away, and even more grocery options, including Publix and Whole Foods, can be reached in nearby Northshore. See the green pins on the map below.

Did you know?

Before adopting its present name, Red Bank was known as Pleasant Hill. However, the name was already taken, and when a post office was established in 1881, the community was asked to find a new moniker.

Red Bank

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Neighborhoods – Northshore

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Neighborhoods – Riverview

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Neighborhoods – Signal Mountain

Convenient and Affordable

Up-and-coming Red Bank is a thriving city where affordable housing and close proximity to employers, schools, and healthcare enhance the lives of residents.

Real Estate:

A variety of housing options, including gated communities, townhomes, cottages, and craftsman-style homes, are available in Red Bank. A slew of new constructions, such as the North Point Ridge community, as well as home renovations over the past few years have made the city an increasingly desirable place to live. 

Top Employers:

Close to Northshore, Red Bank offers convenient access to employers such as Roadtec, Southern Champion Tray, Chattanooga Bakery, and Serodino, Inc. Downtown employers are also a quick commute away.

Transportation:

Red Bank runs alongside Highway 27, providing residents with access to downtown Chattanooga, the Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport, and thoroughfares that lead to Nashville, Knoxville, Birmingham, and Atlanta. 

Education:

Primary students attend Alpine Crest Elementary or Red Bank Elementary, while Red Bank Middle School and Red Bank High School serve older students. A number of private schools located on the north side of the river are only a short drive away. See the red pins on the map below. 

Health + Wellness:

Residents can receive 24/7 emergency care at Erlanger North Hospital, conveniently located in Red Bank. Chattanooga’s three largest health systems – CHI Memorial, Erlanger, and Parkridge – are also close by. Pharmacies, dental care, and senior living communities, including Life Care Center of Red Bank and StoryPoint Chattanooga, are readily available as well. See the blue pins on the map below. 

Grocery Stores:

Supermarket chain Food City can be found in the heart of Red Bank, as can Bread and Butter – a locally owned bakery specializing in artisan bread and a variety of local products. Walmart Neighborhood Market is a short drive away, and even more grocery options, including Publix and Whole Foods, can be reached in nearby Northshore. See the green pins on the map below.