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Major Stringers Ridge Residential Project

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Proposed by Mike Cooke, of Greensboro, N.C., and partner Chris Anderson, of Charleston, S.C.

Approx 100 acres

3-10 year build out in 4 phases.

Units would cost 200k-600k.

Phase 1: 144 Units in 4 six story buildings with underground parking and would be built around a park with dramatic views.

Future sections would have town homes built around parks and a streetscape road, and eight three-story buildings.

The project is to feature a clubhouse and pool in the center.

20-30 ft of the ridge will be removed to for plateau.

Developers propose one entrance at Bell Ave.

Zoning from the 1980s already allow for 4 eight story buildings on 36 acres of land.

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Regional Planning Agency approves project contingent on:

- Height restrictions of 3 stories.

- Two more access points in addition to Bell Ave.

Hiram Ave in Red Bank

High Ridge Rd in Chattanooga, if brought up to modern standards, or another undetermined road.

- Buildings may not straddle city limits.

- Slopes given to a trust for greenways, public access must be allowed.

Plan now goes to County Planning Commission on Mon, then the Chattanooga City Council in February.

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This is truly a major development for Chattanooga's North side. What views those units would have! There is opposition from local neighborhoods so this one is not a slam dunk. However, I certainly hope this project goes forward.

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Sounds like a great project. Sounds like it would offer some great views and convenient public access to some nice greenways on the slopes. Hopefully NIMBYism won't stifle this project.

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Sounds like a great project. Sounds like it would offer some great views and convenient public access to some nice greenways on the slopes. Hopefully NIMBYism won't stifle this project.

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This is a late post but the development is canceled and the city is looking at buying the land and incorporating it as a park for hiking and mountain biking.

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