Suite Available for Lease in Iconic and Historic Chattanooga Commercial Building
The Dome Building in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee, was built in 1892 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built by newspaper publisher Adolph S. Ochs, former owner of The Chattanooga Times Free Press and the New York Times. The building is approximately 71,000 square feet and is designed in the Italian Renaissance Revival Style, giving it a unique and historic charm. Located at 736 Georgia Avenue in the heart of Chattanooga's central business district, the Dome has six stories of office space. With onsite parking and close proximity to retailers, restaurants, banks, and hospitality businesses, this building is perfect for your dream office. For more information, check out our Dome Building page.
Available Office Suites:
Single Suite 406 | 835 SF | $22.50/SF
- This suite features an open reception area, large enclosed office/conference room, and closet.
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- Pest control
- In-House Property Management and Maintenance
- Recycling Service
- Reserved Parking
- Centrally Located Downtown