Furnished Corporate Housing in Chattanooga, TN
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Chattanooga, Tennessee is a city on the Tennessee River southwest of Knoxville and southeast of Nashville. Known as much for the Glenn Miller song as anything else, the city was a major railroad hub during the American Civil War and for inventing the tow truck.
Having undergone significant redevelopment over the past twenty years, this modest city punches way above its weight. The economy is diverse with some companies basing themselves here because of the skilled workforce and central location.
Corporate housing in Chattanooga is typically furnished apartments within purpose-built developments in most upscale neighborhoods.
Employment in Chattanooga
Chattanooga doesn’t have a particular niche and instead depends on diversity to keep the economy humming. It makes for a rich and varied environment in which to work.
Major employers in Chattanooga include Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Tennessee, Rock Creek Outfitters, Krystal, Chattem, The Chattanooga Bakery, and Miller Industries, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Access America Transport, CBL & Associates, U.S. Xpress Inc., Covenant Transport, Double Cola, CraftWorks Restaurants & Breweries, Luken Communications, Miller & Martin, the National Model Railroad Association, Reliance Partners, Republic Parking System, Rock/Creek, Tricycle Inc. and Unum.
Getting around Chattanooga
Chattanooga Metropolitan Airport (CHA) serves mainly domestic carriers so may be a hop from Atlanta, Charlotte or Chicago. It is easy of the city and served by public transit and car rental companies.
Greyhound and Megabus run services into Chattanooga and Chattanooga Area Regional Transportation Authority, known as CARTA run local services.
You could also arrive by boat at Ross’s Landing, Chickamauga Marina or Gold Point Yacht Harbor too.
The city is linked by I-75, I-24 and I-59 with Highway 64, 27 and 41 handling local and commuter traffic.
Life in Chattanooga
Chattanooga has undergone quite a revolution over the past half century. Being modernized, urbanized and somewhat gentrified. It’s still an interesting place to live and work though with lots to see and do and a burgeoning tourist industry thanks to its position and beauty.
Neighborhoods of Chattanooga include North Shore, Riverview, Southside Historic District, Downtown, St. Elmo, West Village, Belvoir, Harrison Bay, Hixson, Missionary Ridge and Brainerd.
Things to see and do in Chattanooga include Rock City, Ruby Falls, Incline Railway, Chattanooga Choo Historic Hotel, Tennessee Aquarium, International Towing and Recovery Hall of Fame and Museum, Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga Regional History Museum, Coolidge Park and Chattanooga Theatre Center.
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