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Chattanooga North Shore Eyes Retail, Office Complex


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As reported in the Chattanooga Times Free Press on Saturday, a Chattanooga developer is proposing to build one of largest commercial projects ever raised on the City's North Shore. The development is estimated to cost about $10 Million and will be anchored by a Greenlife Grocery store that is to go up on a 6.5 acre tract off Manufacturers Rd. The developer is CS & Associates, LLC. The project will hold about 80,000 Sq Ft of retail and office space and offer a quality, mixed-use environment to shop and work. The new Greenlife Grocery will be 22,000 Sq Ft and employ about 150 people. The site, located between the city's new Renaissance Park and U.S. Highway will be "the downtown grocery store", says Chuck Pruett, president of the locally owned Greenlife Grocery Co.

Jeff Pfitzer, director of special projects for the nonprofit downtown development group RiverCity Co., said a downtown grocery is important and will likely spur more growth. "There is enough residential development downtown to support a grocery store", he said.

The project, designed by River Street Architecture, is expected to break ground in May or June and be opened in early 2007. The North Shore is undergoing a number of other new building projects, including a Walgreens drugstore,and new housing and office space.

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