In another life, it held speakers like Woodrow Wilson and was home to Fleetwood Coffee Company. After being boarded up for more than 40 years, the Fleetwood Building is now renovated, staying true to its historical significance but updated with modern finishes. Located in the heart of Chattanooga’s innovation district, this historic legend now welcomes both commercial and residential tenants.
“It’s a central location close to Warehouse Row and the Edney Building. It’s a great place to live and work. You could potentially live and work in the same building if you want to,” said Gerald McCormick, owner and real estate broker for Stone Fort Properties.
Along with promoting the Fleetwood overhaul, Q Strategies held a media tour to help spread the word about this new space for Noon Development, the building’s owner.
The media tour resulted in four media stories in Chattanooga. Check out the articles and photo galleries at:
Fleetwood Building Ready for Business Tenants, Apartment Dwellers
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Some of the features and information regarding the Fleetwood Building are as follows:
Ceiling Height: 12 ft. (16 ft. ceilings on 1st floor)
Year Built: c. 1903
Locally Owned and Managed
- 31 rental apartments
- Studios, 1 bedrooms, and 2 bedrooms with varying floor plans
- Each apartment is unique, ranging in size from 442-1,132 sq. ft.
- Apartments are ready for EPB hookups
- Monthly rents range from $750-$1,925
- 2 floors of commercial space available for lease
- 15,600 SQ. FT. of leasable area, will build to suit
- About $15 per square foot annually (depending on the square footage and how much build-out the tenants need)
- 210 Jack
- Public House
- Tupelo Honey
- City Hall
- The shops at Warehouse Row
- The Chattanooga Choo Choo
- Miller Plaza – Nightfall
- Art Studios
Interested in a commercial space or apartment rental? Visit thefleetwoodbuilding.com
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