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because authenticity
bears repeating.

 

PAST

Transcending the ordinary since 1864...

From its martial beginnings as the Old Stone Fort during the Civil War, to its transformation into a warehouse district at the turn of the 20th century, the buildings that define Warehouse Row represent the vibrant history and commercial culture of Chattanooga.

As a mixed-use development in the 1980’s, Warehouse Row became a destination shopping center for the Southeast that was a part of revitalizing downtown Chattanooga.

PRESENT

Reveling in rare beauty...

Warehouse Row’s metamorphosis from shopping center to community retail concept begins with a lush aesthetic inspired by the humble grandeur of the original architecture.

Steeped in history, yet never content to dwell in the past, Warehouse Row’s reinvention reflects the unique creative vision of its community.

JAMESTOWN LP

Jamestown purchased Warehouse Row in 2006. Based in Atlanta, Jamestown owns signature buildings across the United States, including New York’s One Times Square and Chelsea Market, Manhattan’s popular gourmet destination that features locally owned food shops and serves as the home of Food Network. In Atlanta, Jamestown is restoring the historic, 2.1 million square foot building Ponce City Market as a mixed-use development that will house best-in-class office, retail and residential spaces; as well as White Provision, part of Westside Provisions District, an authentic community-based environment infused with an urban industrial spirit that celebrates Atlanta’s design district.

 

www.jamestownlp.com

 

 
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directory

RETAIL

Amanda Pinson Jewelry
Ste 108 | 423-209-2828

Anthropologie 
Ste 118 | 423-668-5422

Ellie's Fine Lingerie 
Ste 117A | 423-531-3054 

Embellish Shoes 
Ste 105 | 423-752-7463

J.Crew 
Ste 114 | 423-634-5273

Lines Orchid 
Ste 104 | 423-847-5651

Onward Reserve 
Ste 108A | 423-362-5714

REVIVAL 
Ste 109 | 423-265-2656 

Kayce Hughes 
Ste 119A | 423-386-5225

Shadowbox Paperie 
Ste 113 | 423-266-4877

The Cosmetic Market 
Ste 120 | 423-779-1377

Yves Delorme 
Ste 107 | 423-265-4005

restaurant

Brash Coffee 
Ste 116 | 423-362-8502

Public House 
Ste 101 | 423-266-3366

The Social 
Ste 101 | 423-266-3366

Tupelo Honey Cafe 
Ste 121 | 423-779-0400 

Two Ten Jack 
Ste FC4 | 423-551-8799

service

Level 10 Salon
Ste 205 | 423-634-2042

Pilates Chattanooga 
Ste 213 | 423-493-0775

Yoga Landing 
Ste 204 | 800-439-5604

Woodhouse Day Spa 
Ste 218 | 423-443-4478

office

Backyard Products
Ste 212

Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon, Inc 
Ste 200 | 423-756-3025 

Barry Bogo Jewelry
Ste 217A | 423-648-2104

Bellhops
423-805-9574

Coyote Logistics
Ste 315 | 866-272-2057

Experts Exchange
Ste 203 | 423-531-0925

Hamico
Ste 317B

Jamestown Realty
Ste 217B | 423-558-0642

LDA Engineering
Ste 501 | 423-855-0400

Propex
Ste 300 | 1-800-621-1273

Revival Interiors 
Ste 206 | 423-267-0188

Signix 
Ste 402 | 423-305-7048

Sperry Van Ness
Ste 319 | 423-266-5587

Stantec
Ste 214A | 423-800-5350

Two X Four
Ste 318 | 423-490-7068

United States Attorney's Office
Ste 515 | 
423-752-5140

Visit

 

1110 MARKET STREET | CHATTANOOGA, TN 37402 | 423-267-1127 

parking 

2 hour complimentary surface lot parking.(between Lindsay and E 11th Streets)
3 hour complimentary garage parking with merchant validation.

Electric Shuttle

Free Electric Shuttle buses that run about every 5 minutes: www.carta-bus.org

SHUTTLE SCHEDULE:
Weekdays: 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Saturdays & Sundays: 9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.

In addition to Warehouse Row, area attractions located along the Free Electric Shuttle line include: Tennessee Aquarium and IMAX 3D Theater, Chattanooga Visitors Center, Creative Discovery Museum, and the Chattanooga Choo Choo.

BICYCLE TRANSIT SYSTEM

Bike Chattanooga offers quick, fun travel in and around downtown. Ride as many times, on as many bikes as you want. All rides under 60 minutes have no ride fees: http://www.bikechattanooga.com

TRAVEL TIMES by car

Atlanta: 90 minutes
Nashville: 90 minutes
Knoxville: 90 minutes
Birmingham: 120 minutes