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Downtown Development - See What’s Coming  June 28, 2016

With $650 million dollars in private investment happening in Downtown Chattanooga, see what exciting projects are on the way and why people are investing in the Scenic City.

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Two Minutes, Two Questions to Shape 140 Acres in Downtown Chattanooga June 28, 2016

In the heart of Downtown Chattanooga, the Innovation District is approximately a quarter mile walk radius from the intersection of M.L. King Blvd and Georgia Avenue. Please give us your thoughts on the two questions below concerning Chattanooga's Innovation District. The survey closes at noon on Wednesday, June 29th.

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Passageways' Finalists Announced June 28, 2016

Passageways received abundant recognition: 24 international submissions from places likes Australia, Tokyo and London; 19 national submissions and 23 additional submissions from the state of Tennessee. You'll see a few of these alleyway reimagination ideas brought to life in August.

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Summer Miller Plaza Events Continue June 28, 2016

Exercise - check. Music - check. Coworking space - check. Find all these fun and free opportunities in July with City Sweat, Noontunes and Basecamp happening in Miller Plaza.

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Downtown Shopping Districts Bursting with Life June 28, 2016

From public transportation access to art museums, the benefits of downtown areas are plentiful. But what about retail? Are downtown residents and visitors expected head to the closest suburban mall or take to the internet every time they need a new pair of shoes?

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Innovation Happy Hour: All Roads Lead to The Edney May 31, 2016

Come brainstorm with us about the intersection of brand, innovation and community life. Local design leaders with Widgets & Stone, The Official Studio, the University of Tennessee Chattanooga and 26 Tools will lead simple design exercises and coexploration of how a brand, and an innovation district, might shape our city. 

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