Cambridge Square Welcomes Local Craft Butcher Shop and Deli
Husband and Wife team Chris and Sarah Bilbra of Cleveland, Tennessee have announced plans to open a craft butcher shop and deli in Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square neighborhood. Their space is currently under construction and an opening is slated for the late fall of this year.
Spek Artisan Meats will specialize in whole animal butchery using animals raised on small farm pastures located within a 150-mile radius from their boutique shop. The Bilbra’s also operate Neema Farms in Cleveland and have personal relationships with the region’s farming community that will be helping to source their proteins.
“The only way to ensure that you are getting the best quality meats is to know the source,” said Chris Bilbra. “Fortunately we have long-standing relationships with the farm community here which will enable us to provide our customers with fresh products on a daily basis. Opening a craft butchery has been a goal of mine throughout my culinary career and Sarah and I are very excited to be introducing our concept to Ooltewah this fall.”
In addition to their selection of take home meats and other Artisan goods, the Bilbra’s will be offering a deli menu for eat-in and take-out patrons. Selections will include freshly made sandwiches, salads, sausages, cheeses, and assorted vegetables. The shop’s design will mirror that of traditional butcheries where patrons are encouraged to interact with the proprietors and visit frequently to find out what’s new to the display cases.
Cúrate MedAesthetics to Host Open House Introducing Specialized MedSpa Services
Cúrate MedAesthetics (Cúrate), a boutique MedSpa concept located in Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square community, will host an open house event on April 25th from 5pm to 7pm. The event will introduce attendees to Cúrate’s wide array of state-of-the-art MedSpa services as well as its professional staff and newly renovated space which overlooks the public square. Attendance is free and open to the public. Cúrate is located at 9447 Bradmore Lane, Suite 201.
Founded by local Nurse Practitioner Cindy Wilson, Cúrate provides highly effective medical aesthetic treatments and simple skincare solutions designed to help clients look and feel their best. Wilson, who has more than 14 years of nursing experience, has trained extensively throughout the United States and has also served in consulting roles in California and the Bahamas. As part of the Cúrate venture, Wilson partnered with Dr. Terry Melvin to serve as the MedSpa’s Medical Director.
BP CONSTRUCTION NAMES BROWN TO LUXURY HOME DIVISION
Local developer and general contractor BP Construction (BPC) has tapped long-standing commercial and residential building professional Matthew Brown to join the company’s custom and luxury home division. Brown brings 15 years of experience to his position with BP and will focus primarily on custom and high-end home construction and renovations throughout the greater Chattanooga market.
“Matt has a very strong reputation for quality and attention to detail,” said Barry Payne, President of BPC. “He fully understands the luxury market and is exceptional when it comes to homeowner satisfaction. We are very fortunate and proud to have him on our team.”
Prior to joining BPC, Brown was a partner and owner with Chattanooga-based commercial and residential contractor, Raines Brothers, Inc. He began working with Raines Brothers in 2004. During his tenure with Raines, Brown oversaw luxury home construction in neighborhoods on Lookout and Signal mountains, North Chattanooga, Ooltewah, and many others.
Cambridge Square Hosts 5th Annual Oktoberfest / 3rd Annual Lamar Johnson BBQ Classic
Cambridge Square, a mixed-use community in Ooltewah, Tennessee, will host the 5th annual Oktoberfest in Ooltewah on October 6 from noon until 5pm. Cambridge Square is located less than a quarter mile east off of I-75’s exit 11. Admission to the event is free, family friendly, and open to the public.
In addition to the live music, food vendors, beer stations, and shopping with more than 60 local artisans and Cambridge Square retailers, The Lamar Johnson Classic will be taking place for the third year in a row. The Classic entices some of the Chattanooga area’s best pit masters to compete for a $3500 purse. In addition, one winner will receive a qualification Golden Ticket to compete in the World Food Championship
For all the music lovers, there will be three live performances taking place throughout the day, and as a new item on the agenda this year, a live acoustic talent show will be taking place on the public square stage. At the time of this release, seven spots remain in the talent show line-up. The winner will receive two paid gigs at Cambridge Square later this fall.
Fulin's Asian Cuisine to Open Cambridge location in 2019
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Fulin’s Asian Cuisine, a family owned upscale Asian concept, will open a 3,000 square foot restaurant at Cambridge Square in 2019. Evan Chen and Ashlee Anderson of Fulin’s in Cleveland, Tennessee will oversee operations at Cambridge Square.
Family-owned and operated, Fulin’s has been elevating the status of Asian cuisine since 2004 with locations in Tennessee and Northern Alabama. The restaurant’s parent company places significant emphasis on hiring local employees and sourcing its food from local vendors. The result is an upscale dining experience that offers a menu that expertly fuses authentic Chinese and Japanese dishes that are a delicious and sophisticated departure from traditional Asian eateries.
Fulin’s will be open for lunch and dinner, offering take-out and dine-in service. According to Chen and Anderson, the lunch atmosphere will be casual and geared toward patrons who are looking for a great meal on a limited schedule. At night, the experience will lean more upscale, where patrons can try new dishes and spend time relaxing with friends and family.
Comfort & Soul Food Concept Opening at Cambridge Square this Fall
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Local Business Owners Antonia Poland and Cynthia Wood are bringing their expert culinary skills to Cambridge Square later this fall with a new comfort and soul food concept they are calling Davis Wayne’s. Ms. Poland and Ms. Wood are co-owners of the Chattanooga dessert and catering company Dipped Fresh. Cambridge Square is a residential, retail, and commercial community located off I-75’s exit 11 in Ooltewah, Tennessee.
Ms. Poland and Ms. Wood have been active in the Chattanooga catering community for 6 years. Their clients range from individuals who need help with receptions and parties to large-scale events with hundreds of professionals in attendance. While Davis Wayne’s will serve as a stand-alone restaurant — a request the two chefs have been receiving for years from clients and event patrons — Ms. Poland and Ms. Wood will continue their catering operation.
Cambridge Square Announces Local Furniture Boutique
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Ooltewah resident, Realtor, and entrepreneur Brenda Hurley will open a furniture boutique at Cambridge Square (Cambridge) later this summer. Construction of the space is now underway. The boutique, which is called Farm Charm, will be located on the development’s public square. Cambridge Square is a residential, retail, and commercial community located off I-75’s exit 11.
“We are excited that Ms. Hurley has decided to open a boutique furniture location at Cambridge Square,” said Jim Cheney, marketing director. “We are enthusiastic about expanding the development’s retail offering and we’re sure that the community will enjoy the décor and furniture lines Ms. Hurley will bring to the Ooltewah market.”
Farm Charm specializes in locally made, original designs of urban farmhouse furniture and will carry brands such as Joseph Payne, Seasonal Gift Collections, Farmhouse Home Décor by Collins, Craft House, Forty West, Audrey’s, Bright Ideas, Primitives By Kathy, and many more. Styles and offerings include original seasonal designs, urban farmhouse, gifts, and fashion collections.
Cambridge Square Welcomes Healthcare Technology Firm
Local entrepreneur Ken Lowden has chosen Cambridge Square to launch his innovative healthcare technology and patient care company, MedX Services. Cambridge Square is a residential, retail, and commercial community located off I-75’s exit 11.
“MedX brings both technological innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit to Cambridge, and we are happy Mr. Lowden chose our community to headquarter his venture,” said Jim Cheney, Marketing Director for Cambridge Square. “We’re confident that he will be successful and continue to grow.”
MedX Services is a total medicine management company that was founded in January of 2018. The service offers real time medicine adherence monitoring paired with a pharmacy home dispensing and concierge service. Initially, MedX will provide care to patients within a 75-mile radius of its Ooltewah headquarters.
BOARD & BRUSH SIGNS ON AT CAMBRIDGE SQUARE
“I am thrilled to bring Board and Brush to Cambridge Square and Ooltewah to provide a local creative option for a night out with friends and family,” said owner, Wesley Odum. “Board and Brush is the perfect way to have a fun ladies night out, host a unique bachelorette party, a creative birthday party, or a memorable date night. I believe the community will be excited to have an engaging entertainment option so close to home.”
Operated by local entrepreneur Wesley Odum, Board & Brush specializes in DIY group, creative workshops that are accessible to beginners as well as experienced designers. In addition to woodworking, customers can create original décor designs with other materials such as glass, chalkboards, canvas pillows, slate, and terra cotta pots. Instructors are on hand to oversee the workshops. All materials are provided and customers can choose between more than 400 existing designs or they can customize their own project. Workshops are scheduled in advance and can accommodate groups up to 30 people. A video about the full experience can be viewed here: https://boardandbrush.com/your-experience/.
1885 Grill to Open Second Location at Cambridge Square
One of Chattanooga’s most beloved restaurant concepts, 1885 Grill, will bring its southern coastal fare to Ooltewah in 2019 when it opens a second location, 1885 Grill and Tavern, at Cambridge Square. Cambridge Square is a residential, retail, and commercial community located off I-75’s exit 11.
Co-owners Miguel Morales and Miguel De Jesus, whose culinary careers span 40 years, will be overseeing the design and operations of the Cambridge Square space, located in a new building on the development’s public square. 1885 Grill and Tavern will occupy two stories, with main dining located on the ground floor and a tavern style space on the upper level. Outdoor seating will be available on both levels, with the restaurant’s downstairs patio adjacent to a covered, open air plaza designed for entertaining visitors to the square. Construction is scheduled to begin in mid-summer this year, with a slated opening in summer 2019.
Cambridge Square adds homes to growing town center in Ooltewah
As more restaurants and offices expand to Cambridge Square in the Ooltewah area, the residential side to help support those businesses is now underway.
The Cambridge Square commercial district off Highway 64 has grown to 10 buildings and 27 tenants in the past few years, which is the start of a more walkable, high-end way of living for Hamilton County residents, said Jim Cheney, Cambridge Square marketing and leasing director. With 11 homes out of the ground and roughly 30 more planned this year, the 130-acre development is well on its way to being a new kind of "downtown" for the Ooltewah area.
Cheney said the development is one of the first of its kind in the Hamilton County area, which is zoned for 320 homes right next to the commercial side. The neighborhood is designed to be pedestrian-friendly with the commercial square being the number one amenity for residents. That amenity comes at a high price tag though with homes starting in the low $400,000s and ranging to over $1 million.
The new homes are priced more than twice the median sales price of $188,150 for homes sold by Chattanooga Realtors in March. But Cheney said he believes there is a strong market for the more luxurious homes in attractive developments such as Cambridge Square. Many residents who are relocating from other higher-priced and more dense markets are attracted to Cambridge Square, Cheney said.
Tasty Donuts to Open Second Chattanooga Location at Cambridge Square
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Tasty Donuts, Chattanooga’s connoisseur of caked and raised donuts and dozens of other delectable treats, will open a second location in Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square development. Construction of the shop will begin in late spring with an anticipated opening in early fall 2018. Tasty’s first Chattanooga location is located at 1414 Jenkins Road.
Tasty Donuts will occupy approximately 2,000 square feet on the public square. In addition to their famed donuts menu — which includes numerous topping and filling options — Tasty will also serve specialty coffee drinks such as espresso and cappuccinos. You can check out the full menu here: http://tastydonutschatt.com/menu.html.
Tasty Donuts creates more than 100 unique donuts each day as well as providing custom designs for its loyal donut lovers. Delivery service is offered on large commercial orders and Tasty also caters events.
In addition to its vast donut selection, Tasty’s Cambridge Square location will feature a party room complete with an extensive donut topping bar, and coffee-craving patrons can enjoy espresso-based drinks morning, noon and night.
CPA Firm Locates to Cambridge Square
Local accounting firm Linda L. Waters CPA will move its current East Brainerd Road operations to Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square community in the first quarter of 2018, according to Cambridge Square marketing and leasing director Jim Cheney.
Cambridge Square is located one-quarter mile east of I-75, off exit 11 in Ooltewah. Linda L. Waters CPA will bring the development’s tenant portfolio to 26.
Linda L. Waters CPA is a full-service accounting firm including tax preparation for businesses and individuals and bookkeeping and payroll services. The buildout for their new space overlooking the public square is underway with completion slated for late January.
“Mrs. Waters and her team are a perfect representation of the local professional service firms that we hope to continue to attract to Cambridge Square,” said Cheney. “We believe that this environment offers a very unique experience for both our tenants’ employees as well as their respective clients and customers. We are proud that Mrs. Waters chose Cambridge Square to grow her business.”
Cambridge Square Welcomes Three New tenants; expands flex space options
Cambridge Square, Ooltewah’s growing commercial, entertainment, and residential community, has added three new office tenants, according to Marketing and Leasing Director, Jim Cheney. Additionally, in response to the increasing demand for professional space, Cambridge Square has expanded its flex space office portfolio to accommodate small business owners seeking shorter term lease arrangements.
The new tenants are Camp Big Fish, a multi-faceted summer camp and after-school organization with operations in Chattanooga and Knoxville; The Southern Agency, a full service, locally owned insurance firm; and Root: A Center for Optimal Living (Root), a start-up chiropractic practice that applies holistic methods for full-body wellness and health.
Camp Big Fish and The Southern Agency moved into their second story offices earlier this month. Root will take possession of its space near the end of the first quarter of 2018.
All three tenants are occupying what Cambridge developers are identifying as flex office space. The concept enables smaller business owners to occupy class A space without the requirement of a long-term lease. Spaces range from 500 square feet of adjoined offices to approximately 200 square feet for a single office space; license terms range from three to 12 months, and can be converted to permanent lease agreements at any time. Flex spaces and suites include client reception area, kitchen, utilities, and wireless access. Second floor spaces can be accessed by two stairwells and an elevator opening into the upstairs lobby.
Il Primo opens second restaurant in Ooltewah
Three years after opening the first Il Primo in North Chattanooga, the owners of the popular Italian restaurant are adding a second such eatery in Ooltewah.
The newest Il Primo, a 120-seat restaurant, will open Friday in Cambridge Square offering an identical menu to the Hixson Pike restaurant that opened in the former Greenlife Grocery building in June 2014.
The name Il Primo, which translates to "The First," may imply only a single location. But Josh Nason, managing partner of Il Primo restaurant, said the success of the first location convinced owner Nathan Lindley to add a second eatery in Cambridge Square just off I-75 at exit 11 in Ooltewah.
Chattanooga Imaging to Open 9,000 Square Foot Imaging Center
Chattanooga Imaging will open a new 9,000 square foot imaging facility at Cambridge Square later this fall. Chattanooga Imaging offers the latest advances in imaging technology and equipment to include, 3T MRI, CT, Ultrasound, Nuclear Medicine, PET/CT, Interventional Procedures, Radiography and Women’s Imaging Services, to include Mammography, Breast MRI and Bone Mineral Density.
Sue Kilpatrick, C.O.O. for Chattanooga Imaging and Associates in Diagnostic Radiology stated, “We are excited to be expanding our practice in Cambridge Square, and look forward to bringing these imaging services to the Ooltewah community. Cambridge Square brings the service and convenience that this community needs and offers everything in one great location.”
Mojo Burrito Opens Fourth Location at Cambridge Square
Eve Williams, the owner of the Chattanooga burrito chain, on Thursday signed a five-year lease to move into a former coffee shop at Cambridge Square, a new "downtown" in Chattanooga's Ooltewah neighborhood that has a small public square surrounded by eateries and retail businesses just off Lee Highway next to the Honors Course private golf club.
"We're excited to be part of the community out there," Williams said, mentioning the area's high concentration of Seventh Day Adventists, many of whom are vegetarian.
"We're hoping that vegetarian community out there will be excited and receptive to us," she said. "Our whole menu's vegetarian-based; you only get meat if you ask for it."
Edward Jones Opens Cambridge Square Office
Edward Jones will open a new office in Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square development this summer, according to Cambridge Square Marketing and Leasing Director, Jim Cheney. Cambridge Square is located at the intersection of Lee Highway and Ooltewah-Georgetown Road, less than a quarter mile east of I-75’s exit 11.
“We are very pleased to announce the addition of Edward Jones to the Cambridge tenant family,” said Cheney. “We are always excited to bring in additional professional service firms to meet the growing needs of the community and to help evolve our local business ownership. We believe Jacob and his team will be a great addition.”
The Edward Jones Cambridge Square office, which overlooks the public square, will be led by Jake Brigham and Tammy Neil.
"Edward Jones believes that a personal, face-to-face relationship with each client is key to understanding their needs and helping them reach their financial goals, we have been just that for 95 years,” said Brigham. “Working within Cambridge will allow me to foster this client- first culture and develop a location close to my clients in a professional setting."
Cambridge Square to Host Chattanooga’s First Sanctioned World Food Championship with the Ooltewah BBQ Brawl
Cambridge Square and de-facto Ooltewah Mayor and local business owner Steve Ray, have teamed-up to host Chattanooga’s first sanctioned World Food Championship. Branded the Ooltewah BBQ Brawl (The Brawl), the event will take place on April 15 from 11am until 6pm. Admission to the event is free of charge. Cambridge Square (www.cambridgesquaretn.com) is a mixed-use community located less than a quarter mile east of I-75 off of exit 11.
The Brawl will be distinct from other professional BBQ competitions in that each of the 12 participating teams will be selling food in addition to their submissions to the judging panel. The $3200 prize purse will be split into two categories which include professionally judged submissions as well as a People’s Choice Prize. As an added component to the celebration, The Brawl will feature the King-of-the-Cul-De-Sac steak grilling contest — a backyard grilling rumble to see who deserves the crown for the best overall steak and a $800 purse. Mike McCloud, President and CEO of World Food Championships will be on-hand to train the judging panel, and Chattanooga’s very own Celebrity Chef Jernard Wells will be participating as a judge.
Times Free Press | December 21, 2016 | By Myron Madden
After three and a half years of leasing and development, Ooltewah's Cambridge Square has just about reached the halfway point of its commercial development and will soon begin building some of the 100 homes slated for its residential area.
The approximate halfway point was marked by construction of the mixed-use development's ninth commercial building, which is expected to be complete within the next few months, according to Jim Cheney, marketing director for Cambridge Square.
Shane’s Rib Shack Opens at Cambridge Square in Time for Holiday BBQ Cravings
“We have been working closely with Chad and his team for almost exactly a year," said Jim Cheney, Marketing Director for Cambridge Square. "Their space is unbelievable and their menu is going to be a very welcome addition to our restaurant options. We're very excited that they have set an opening date and we look forward to becoming the community's go-to destination for BBQ."
Shane's Rib Shack is a true American rib shack, known for its slow-cooked ribs, hand-chopped chicken and pork, and many southern sides to complement each plate. The original shack was founded in 2002, in McDonough, Ga. by Shane Thompson, who started the restaurant with his grandfather's secret BBQ sauce.
Cambridge Square's First Boutique Retailer Officially Opens
Barn Door Boutique, Cambridge Square's first boutique retailer, has opened in in 2000 square foot space on Cambridge’s public square.
Barn Door will feature women and girls clothing, shoes, and jewelry with a nod to BOHO design themes. Featured clothing lines will have origins in some of the major markets in the U.S. including Los Angeles, New York and Chicago. Specific apparel lines include Sea Gypsies (Australia), Entro, and Umgee. Jewelry lines include Good Works, Lulu and Lee, Lorraine Francis, and Judith March. In addition to its chic apparel and accessories, Barn Door will also sell art, antiques, and home décor.
Tennova Primary Care - Ooltewah Expands at Cambridge Square
Legacy Real Estate & Development (Legacy) has announced that Tennova Primary Care – Ooltewah (Tennova) will expand it practice space from 5000 to 10,000 square feet in a building it currently occupies within the Cambridge Square community. The second-story space expansion will allow Tennova to significantly increase its healthcare service offering.
Cambridge Square is being managed and developed by Legacy. The community is located at the intersection of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and Lee Highway, less than a quarter-mile east of I-75 at exit 11. OMS is a SkyRidge Health Partner.
Il Primo to Open Second Location in Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square Community
Legacy Real Estate & Development (Legacy) announced that Chattanooga restaurateur Nathan Lindley will open a second Il Primo at Cambridge Square in Ooltewah. Il Primo is Lindley’s popular Italian concept located at 1100 Hixson Pike in Riverview.
Cambridge Square is being managed and developed by Legacy. The community is located at the intersection of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and Lee Highway, less than a quarter-mile from I-75 at exit 11. Il Primo will be the 19th tenant since the development began in 2013.
Legacy Real Estate & Development Names Industry Stand-Out Becky Lockwood as Residential Managing Broker
Legacy Real Estate & Development, LLC has named Becky Lockwood as its Residential Managing Broker. Lockwood will operate out of Legacy's Cambridge Square office in Ooltewahwhich she joined as an agent in the fall of 2015.
Prior to her affiliation with Legacy, Lockwood served five years as a Residential Affiliate Broker with Coldwell Banker Pryor Realty's Relocation Team where she quickly established herself as a top-selling agent. Lockwood began her real estate career in 2006 with Re/Max Properties.
Legacy Real Estate & Development Welcomes First Boutique Retailer to Cambridge Square
Legacy Real Estate & Development has announced that Cambridge Square, a mixed-use community in Ooltewah, TN, will soon welcome its first boutique retail tenant. Locally owned Barn Door Boutique will occupy 2000 square feet on Cambridge’s public square. Construction on the space will begin in July 2016 with an anticipated openingin the fall of 2016.
Cambridge Square is located a quarter mile east of I-75 off exit 11 in Ooltewah. The project is being developed and managed by Legacy Real Estate & Development.
Cigar, spirits concept coming to Ooltewah's Cambridge Square
The latest addition to Ooltewah's growing mixed-use development Cambridge Square will be an upscale cigar, spirits and savories store called Ceniza.
Chattanooga husband-and-wife team Daniel and Brittany Alcala aim to open the new store in spring 2015.
Dismissed for years as little more than an exit to purchase gas along the corridor between Chattanooga and Cleveland, the once agricultural area is experiencing a renaissance of its own.
Not so long ago, the Ooltewah area was known as a one-stoplight kind of town. Largely rural, it was the kind of place where roads without signs were common, four-way stops were unnecessary (and virtually non-existent) and people only stopped if they needed gas to continue on to their destination.
Restaurant review: Wine Down amping things up in Ooltewah
When I first started working at the paper eight years ago, I was assigned to cover the Ooltewah/Collegedale area. While I was acutely aware of how removed it was from all the goings-on and growing options of downtown, I sometimes found myself thinking, "I could live here!" It seemed idyllic, with a sense of community all its own.
Fast-forward to now: The area is becoming a hubbub of activity in its own right. Multi-use developments are bringing new people — and options — to both Collegedale and Ooltewah.
Public Markets, Inc. and Cambridge Square Developers Team-up to Host Friday Night Marketplace in Ooltewah
Chattanooga, Tenn — The development team for Ooltewah's Cambridge Square mixed-use community has formed a partnership with Public Markets, Inc. to host a nighttime, outdoor marketplace at Cambridge Square beginning in May 2016 and continuing through August.
Shane’s Rib Shack to Join Cambridge Square Tenant Family
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Legacy Real Estate & Development, the Management Company for the Cambridge Square mixed-use community in Ooltewah, has announced Shane’s Rib Shack has signed-on to occupy 3,000 square feet in a new 13,000 square foot building to be constructed on Cambridge’s public square. An opening date is expected in late 2016.
Date Night Dining: Wine Down
For this week, celebrity veterinarian/author Kathryn Primm invited me to Ooltewah for an evening of wine, food and conversation at Cambridge Square's Wine Down at 9431 Bradmore Lane. Cambridge Square—just off exit 11 on I-75—has become a community gathering place for the Ooltewah/Collegedale communities.
Dr. Primm works just across the street at her practice, Applebrook Animal Hospital, and spendsmuch of her free time writing about various veterinary topics. Follow her Facebook page for more information and check out her book, "Tennessee Tails: Pets and their People."
Cambridge Square plans addition of Summit Physical Therapy
Ooltewah's Cambridge Square is planning the addition of Summit Physical Therapy to the mixed-use development.
Summit Physical Therapy, which was founded and is co-owned by Chattanooga businessmen Dan Dotson and Kevin Kostka, is an outpatient physical therapy clinic that will occupy 2,700 square feet at Cambridge Square, located at the corner of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and LeeHighway.
Hudson Cook Moves Its Chattanooga Practice to Cambridge Square
Chattanooga, Tenn. — The Chattanooga practice of Hudson Cook, LLP has opened a 3,923square foot, second story office space at Cambridge Square in Ooltewah, Tennessee. Hudson Cook is a national law firm focusing on consumer financial services.
Cambridge Square Announces Salon & Spa
Chattanooga, TENN. — Cambridge Square developers have announced the addition of Spalon Three to the community’s tenant family. Spalon Three, which is owned by Ooltewah resident Shawn Dunn, is a combined spa and salon concept that will occupy 2500 feet on the community’s public square. Opening date is slated for late spring 2015.
Sentef Medical Centers Acquires Space in Cambridge Square
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Joseph Sentef, M.D. and his wife Susan Sentef, NP-C, will open Sentef Medical Centers in Cambridge Square this spring. Cambridge Square is a mixed-use community located in Ooltewah, TN just east of exit 11 on I-75. The community is home to locally owned restaurant and commercial office tenants.
Cambridge Square Announces Residential Phase
From The Chattanooga Times Free Press | November 11, 2014
The developers of Cambridge Square will begin construction next year of the residential phase of the Ooltewah development, adding 100 new homes over 34 acres. The townhomes and single family houses will offer customization options and pricing from $200,000 to more than $1 million, according to Jim Cheney, marketing director for Barry Payne Development.
Sky Ridge Announces Medical Practice at Cambridge Square
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Sky Ridge Medical Center of Cleveland, Tennessee has announced its decision to open a multi-specialty clinic in Cambridge Square, a mixed-use community currently under development at the intersection of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and Lee Highway in Ooltewah.
The Sky Ridge practice will include services ranging from prenatal to geriatric healthcare. The providers offer many years of experience and will represent various specialties such as OB/GYN, Internal Medicine, and Family Practice including pediatrics and adults.
Cambridge Lands Two New Tenants — Heaven & Ale andWine Down Ooltewah to Join Community
Chattanooga, TENN — Barrier Properties, the developer behind Ooltewah’s Cambridge Square Community, today announced the addition of two new tenants to its commercial and retail family. Heaven & Ale, a premier craft beer destination with and existing location on Chattanooga’s North Shore and Wine Down Ooltewah, a new wine bar and tasting room concept, will open adjacent to one another on Cambridge’s central public square.
Cigar, spirits concept coming to Ooltewah's Cambridge Square
The latest addition to Ooltewah's growing mixed-use development Cambridge Square will be an upscale cigar, spirits and savories store called Ceniza.
Chattanooga husband-and-wife team Daniel and Brittany Alcala aim to open the new store in spring 2015.
"We are not a bar or a club," Brittany said in a prepared statement. "We are targeting ademographic who has acquired a more sophisticated taste and wants a location to enjoy an evening out with their friends [or a] significant other, or even conduct a more casual business meeting. We’d like to be the go-to location for professionals living and working in Ooltewah and [the] surrounding area."
Mixed-Up-Cup Frozen Yogurt Concept Coming to Ooltewah this Spring
Chattanooga, Tenn. — Mixed-Up-Cup, a new frozen yogurt concept, is the latest business tojoin Cambridge Square in Ooltewah. Owned and operated by Ooltewah residents and husband and wife team Jaime Jorge and Rachelle Pecovsky, Mixed-Up-Cup will be open in early summer 2014.
Cambridge Square is a mixed-use community being developed by Barrier Properties. It is located at the corner of Ooltewah-Georgetown Road and Lee Highway. Mixed-Up-Cup will occupy approximately 1,500 square feet on the public square, adjacent to the recently announced Wired Coffee concept, which is currently undergoing its build-out.
Southern Burger Company plans changes to Ooltewah location
After closing the Warehouse Row location, Southern Burger Company is going to beef up its store in Ooltewah with a new menu and sit-down service.
"It started as a fast-casual concept, but we are going to change that," owner Christian Siler said. "We found that customers really want servers and more menu options."
Southern Burger Company, which started as a food truck, was always eventually supposed to be a brick-and-mortar storefront, he said. The food truck and then the Warehouse Row location helped Siler test the concept at different levels, he said.