Downtown Chattanooga

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Proposals are Pouring in: Where's Yours? June 24, 2014

With just over a week to go until the proposal deadline for Open Spaces, City Center is going to look very different in just a few short months. From display art to interactive installations, we need you to submit your ideas.

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Pushing for Green Infrastructure June 24, 2014

Resource Rain Chattanooga: Low Impact Development (LID) Design Challenge is an opportunity that River City Company in conjunction with many local partners hopes will spur excitement over the adoption of LID and green infrastructure practices as the preferred method of managing stormwater and complying with the new city standards.

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Urban Universities Valuable to Downtown Success June 24, 2014

According to US News and World Report, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga is one of the top 50 regional universities in the South. On top of that, UTC’s SimCenter research lab has also been nationally recognized for its simulation work by companies such as IBM. With many more accolades for our urban campus, UTC is a significant asset for Downtown Chattanooga.

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Help River City Co be One of the 150 Juen 24, 2014

A long-time partner of River City, the First Tennessee Foundation is generously giving $5,000 a day to non-profits in the state who are making a difference in our communities. Take a minute to click the link below, search for River City Company and place your vote to help us make Downtown Chattanooga the place to live, work and play.

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The Districts of Downtown: Southside June 24, 2014

The Southside....the district of Downtown Chattanooga that's full of repurposed spaces and friendly faces. A true neighborhood in our urban core, Lucky will share with you why she moved to the Southside and what keeps her there.

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Animating City Center through Open Spaces May 28, 2014

Filling empty storefronts with light, art and interactivity, we are seeking proposals from artists, makers, technologists and creative thinkers for the commission and installation of approximately 30 windows in vacant storefronts in City Center.

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