Chattanooga has been the focus of countless national articles, and this time it's magazine Architectural Record that's telling the story of the city's renaissance.
This month, writer Andrew Blum, who is a New York-based journalist and author of "Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet," stopped off at The Flying Squirrel as part of his reporting.
He wrote about the city's about-face from once being the country's most polluted city; he mentioned Amazon and Volkswagen, the president's recent visit to the Scenic City, and listed Mayor Andy Berke as an embodiment of Chattanooga's "newfound reputation."
The Southside, the Lyndhurst Foundation, Benwood Foundation, EPB and the gig, The Company Lab, Stroud Watson and Chatype, among others, also got mentioned in the piece.
"It all adds up to a city on the brink, if not quite there yet: after 5 p.m. on a weekday evening, a location scout for a zombie film wouldn't have to worry about clearing the streets downtown," he also wrote. "But there is plenty to admire ... "
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