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Hamilton Place

Chattanooga, TN

www.hamiltonplace.com
2100 Hamilton Place Boulevard, Chattanooga TN 37421 - 423.894.7177
Total Number of Stores: 130 Total Acreage: 210± Total Building Area (GLA): 1,160,868 Total Trade Area (2018 est.): 971,304

Featured Stores

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Contacts

Leasing Contact

Ryan Nespeca

Director - Leasing

423.490.8308

ryan.nespeca@cblproperties.com

Marketing Contact

Susan Hoff

Marketing Director

423-490-8233

susan.hoff@cblproperties.com

General Manager

Jan Wills

Vice President and General Manager

423.242.7590

jan.wills@cblproperties.com

Non-Retail Leasing

David Robinson

National Director - Mall Restaurants & Entertainment

423.553.8790

david.robinson@cblproperties.com

Advertising Contact

Stephanie Garner

Business Development Manager

502.968.4103 x5150

stephanie.garner@cblproperties.com

Specialty Leasing Contact

Taffany Britton

Specialty Leasing Manager

423.508.1021

taffany.britton@cblproperties.com

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Property Facts

  • Hamilton Place recently celebrated the grand opening of the first phase of its Sears redevelopment, which included the addition of The Cheesecake Factory, new-to-market entertainment operator Dave & Buster's and DICK'S Sporting Goods. Future phases will bring upscale restaurant Malone's, and a 135-room Aloft by Marriott Hotel that features a rooftop bar and a Mean Mug Coffeehouse.
  • Featured stores at Hamilton Place include Belk, Dillard's, JCPenney, Altar'd State, The Cheesecake Factory, Barnes & Noble, DICK'S Sporting Goods, Dave & Busters, Athleta, and H&M.

Trade Area Facts

  • The Hamilton Place campus features four associated centers: Hamilton Corner, which includes Chico's, J.Jill, LOFT, and Athleta; Hamilton Crossing, which includes T.J. Maxx, HomeGoods, and World Market; The Shoppes, which offers Marshalls, Five Below, Bed Bath & Beyond; and The Terrace, which includes Academy Sports, Old Navy, ULTA Beauty, and DSW.
  • The campus offers over two dozen upscale eateries including Big River Grill, Bonefish Grill, Carrabba's, The Cheesecake Factory, Firebirds Wood Grill, J. Alexanders, P.F. Chang's, and Rodizio Grill Brazilian Steakhouse.
  • The trade area encompasses nine counties in Tennessee as well as portions of north Georgia and northeast Alabama.
  • Chattanooga is ideally situated along I-75, I-24, and I-59 centered between Atlanta, Nashville and Knoxville.
  • High quality of life and low cost of living, along with a vibrant tech and start-up culture has turned Chattanooga into a top destination to visit, live and work.
  • Chattanooga is home to some of the state's largest employers including Tennessee Valley Authority, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee, McKee Foods Corporation, Unum, CIGNA Healthcare and Volkswagen Chattanooga.
  • Chattanooga is billed as a top destination for outdoor activities, and has twice been named the "Best Town Ever" by Outside Magazine.
  • In 2019, Volkswagen selected Chattanooga's VW manufacturing plant for the company's first electric vehicle facility in North America. The $800 million project is expected to generate an additional 1,000 jobs.

Demographics (2018)

Population Trends Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
2019 Estimate 477,044 434,142 911,186
2024 Projection 503,520 446,319 949,839
2010 Census 445,430 425,995 871,425
2019 - 2024 % Change 5.55% 2.80% 4.24%
Income Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median HH Income $54,295 $50,540 $52,512
Average HH Income $78,686 $69,051 $74,111
Age Primary Trade Area Secondary Trade Area Total Trade Area
Median Age 40 43.1 41.7