because authenticity bears repeating.
Transcending the ordinary since 1864...
From its martial beginnings as the Old Stone Fort during the Civil War, to its transformation into a warehouse district at the turn of the 20th century, the buildings that define Warehouse Row represent the vibrant history and commercial culture of Chattanooga.
As a mixed-use development in the 1980’s, Warehouse Row became a destination shopping center for the Southeast that was a part of revitalizing downtown Chattanooga.
Reveling in rare beauty...
Warehouse Row’s metamorphosis from shopping center to community retail concept begins with a lush aesthetic inspired by the humble grandeur of the original architecture.
Steeped in history, yet never content to dwell in the past, Warehouse Row’s reinvention reflects the unique creative vision of its community.
Jamestown purchased Warehouse Row in 2006. Leading the revitalization efforts Jamestown’s Creative Director Michael Phillips ensures the project will “galvanize the south end of downtown,” serve the Chattanooga area and become part of the culture.
Based in Atlanta, Ga., Jamestown owns multiple signature buildings across the United States, including One Times Square in New York and Chelsea Market, Manhattan’s popular gourmet destination that features locally owned food shops and serves as the home of Food Network. In addition, Jamestown’s White Provision building in Atlanta, GA, is part of the West Side Provisions District, an authentic community-based environment infused with an urban industrial spirit that celebrates Atlanta’s design district.
One Overton Park, Twelfth Floor
3625 Cumberland Boulevard
Atlanta, Georgia 30339