One of the biggest new single-family housing developments to go up in Red Bank in nearly a decade is aimed at putting a little of the Southside in one of Chattanooga's oldest suburbs.
Developers are proposing a 28-unit project with the houses similar to those in the Jefferson Heights neighborhood on the Southside, said John Coffelt, chief executive of HGH Construction Inc.
"The goal is to make it feel like a real neighborhood," Coffelt said about The Cottages at Ashmore.
The units will be built on a 7-acre wooded tract at Memorial Drive and Ashmore Avenue, which his development company bought from a Jehovah's Witnesses church, Coffelt said.
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