The Chattanooga market is seeing unprecedented growth that will only be further fueled by new economic development, benefitting both businesses and residents alike.
Chattanooga area’s job growth in 2022 nearly doubles US pace. The number of workers on the job in Hamilton County in the fourth quarter of 2022 was up by 4.9% compared to a nationwide improvement of 2.6% in the same period.
Unemployment in Chattanooga drops to near record low in August. At 3.4%, the Chattanooga joblessness rate dropped well below the U.S. rate of 3.9%.
Inc. magazine includes 20 Chattanooga companies on its list of the 5,000 U.S. businesses with the fastest rate of revenue growth in the past three years. Of the local businesses included, 70% are either logistics companies or businesses servicing the trucking industry.
Chattanooga City Council approves first step in ‘One Westside Plan’ to revitalize 300 acres along riverfront.
New Chattanooga Lookouts ballpark renderings and site plan released. The Double-A ballpark is set to open in the 2025 MiLB season.
Chattanooga chamber helped attract $320 million in capital investment and assisted in companies announcing the creation of 1,344 new jobs in a 12-month period.
Alton Park To Get Mixed Use Development On 45 Acres At Brickyard.
Newly-released data shows students in Hamilton County earned the highest score possible in state growth levels. Twenty-seven schools in the district achieved Level 5 status.
American Cruise Lines, the biggest American-based cruise ship operator, is doubling down on Chattanooga as a launching point for its Tennessee River cruises.