All you need to know about Chattanooga

Chattanooga is located between the cities of Atlanta and Nashville, a major business hub itself, the city draws in many business travelers each year for commuter routes to nearby cities or within Chattanooga itself. The city is nestled at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains making for stunning scenery, hikes, and influxes of tourism in summer months. Corporate housing in the city situates guests in easy reach of businesses, attractions, and transport links, this accommodation type offers more flexibility, privacy, and space than alternative accommodation options, making it perfect for corporate travelers to the city.

Located alongside the Tennessee River, the area of Chattanooga was originally inhabited for its trade links and transportation connections that followed the waterway. After the incorporation of the city in the 1800s, the area grew quickly and rapid urban development became present. Chattanooga grew with the presence of the First World War. Training camps for the military lay nearby and the population of Chattanooga grew from military families relocating to the area. By the 1980s Chattanooga was a fully-fledged city and rejuvenation and development led the city forward into the 21st century.

In recent years Chattanooga has become home to many corporations and business including the world’s first Coca-Cola bottling plant, Covenant Transport, and Access America Transport. Many factories call the city home as well with business such as Amazon, Alstom, and Domtar using the city for a distribution base. Chattanooga’s varied economy and diverse industries have led it to become very popular with business travel and corporate housing in the area situate guests near to these large companies and factories in the city.

Due to its location at the bottom of the Appalachian Mountains, Chattanooga attracts numerous tourists each year. Business travelers can take time out of their busy working day to explore some of the most beautiful scenery in the USA. From the Lookout Mountain Incline Railway with impressive vistas to the Rock City Gardens, visitors can explore waterfalls, cliffs, and beautiful views over the city. Corporate housing also locates guests within close reach of Tennessee Aquarium, Hunter Museum of American Art, and the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum.

Public Transport and highways link the city with surrounding areas and nearby metropolises. Book your SilverDoor serviced apartment and corporate housing now to secure your ideal corporate accommodation in Chattanooga.