Trampoline park, brewery planned for Chattanooga's Southside
Artist rendering of Jump Park, a trampoline park on the southside. Contributed Photo /Times Free Press
CHATTANOOGA, TN (Times Free Press) -- An Olympic gymnast can jump as high as 30 feet on a trampoline — soaring, flipping, twisting and turning — and soon Chattanoogans will have their own chance to bounce skyward at the area's first indoor trampoline park.
Developer John Wise is building a $1.2 million indoor trampoline park in Chattanooga's Southside -- part of a long-term plan for a complex that will include a new location for the Chattanooga Brewing Company and eventually, two 24-unit apartment buildings.
"We're establishing a community destination to try to liven up the Southside over by Finley Stadium," Wise Properties' Amanda Leming said. "There will be flat trampolines and also trampolines at an angle on the walls -- so you can literally bounce off the walls."
The 17,000-square-foot building at 1810 Chestnut St. will include about 10,000 square feet of trampolines. Both children and adults will be able to pay an hourly rate to go in and jump.
Monday, May 20 2013 12:12 PM EDT2013-05-20 16:12:25 GMT
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