Accent Construction Services, a member of the EMJ family of companies, looks forward to collaborating with The Woodbery Group to transform its vision for the new Signal Mill project in Chattanooga’s North Shore into a reality.
The Knitting Mill Antiques building spans 60,000 square feet with a two-and-a-half-story (with a windowed basement) structure.
“It’s a 100-year-old, beautiful building,” said David Woodbery, the Atlanta developer. “We really want to bring out its character, its charm and its authenticity. People want that — and you can’t recreate it.”
Accent will convert the building’s first and second floors into a space for boutiques, specialty food shops, offices and a second restaurant at the opposite end from Food Works, which will remain in the building. Parking spaces will also be added to the site.
Woodbery wants to welcome the first tenants to the new Signal Mill building in early 2017.
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