Unique to other condo developments on the North Shore of Chattanooga, The Terrace at Frazier offers flexible floor plans that are ideal for customizing. Owners can select their own finishes and modify anything from a closet location to the layout of the kitchen. Units range from 1,000-10,000 square feet and owners can create unique homes that reflect their lifestyle and tastes.
Your North Shore Chattanooga condo will be constructed with the highest quality of construction materials including: solid wood doors, recessed can lights throughout with dimmer switches, wood casing around doors, and 6” base trim and 8” crown molding. The Terrace’s standard selection finishes are unmatched anywhere in town: Natural Quartz countertops, custom designed cabinetry by Norcia Fine Cabinetry, designer paint colors, stainless steel appliances, designer pendant lights, under counter kitchen lighting, ceramic tile floor, and Kohler bathroom fixtures. The options are endless when it comes to selecting the finishes of your new home.
Large scale windows provide an open feel and maximize views of Downtown Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, the Tennessee River and your North Shore neighborhood. Imagine looking out your window to see the amazing Riverbend fireworks, or the sunset over Lookout Mountain. Each condo also has a private balcony or terrace providing a connection to the river, mountains and/or Frazier Avenue.
Unique and Quality Construction
Through an exhaustive design process, we were able to achieve a large, mixed-use development that blends well in North Shore Chattanooga and helps reinforce the urban feel. While larger than most existing buildings in the neighborhood, The Terrace was designed to still be fresh ten years from now, but look like it’s been there for twenty. The mixed-use building was constructed of poured concrete, which provides superior structural soundness and strength, as well as ease of maintenance and fire protection.
Noise Reduction Wall Construction
Careful attention was taken when considering the construction of the demising walls between each dwelling within the building. Each wall is constructed to minimize sound travel between residences. First, two sheets of 5/8” sheet rock is used, then Thermafiber SAFB insulation, which provides superior sound absorption in walls and ceilings and outperforms glass fiber insulation in thermal resistance and fire protection. Lastly, a split metal stud is used with a 1” gap as to not allow the sound vibrations to travel to the neighboring space.
The Terrace at Frazier uses a Water Source Heat Pump to heat and cool each individual space. These systems are one of the most efficient, environmentally friendly ways to heat and cool buildings because each unit responds only to the heating or cooling load of the individual zone it serves. The benefits are outstanding: excellent comfort levels for occupants, better control of energy use for building owners, and lower seasonal operating costs. Along with an effective system, The Terrace provides each owner the ability to control the temperature in their suite by setting occupied and unoccupied times via a remote log in system, further enhancing the efficiency.
Storage and Parking
Storage and parking are at a premium in downtown condo living and here at The Terrace we include both at no additional cost. One large storage unit, located on your floor or in the residential garage, comes with each suite. Also, an in-suite storage mezzanine is provided above your master closet providing convenient storage via a pull down ladder right inside your suite.
Secured residential parking is located underneath the footprint of the building with access off Tremont Street. Two parking spots are included with your two bedroom condo and one parking spot for a one bedroom condo.
The Terrace at Frazier boasts a card access entry system which allows only homeowners 24 hour access to residential floors. Remote entry video phones in each residential condo allow owners to grant access to visitors with the touch of a button. Feel comforted to know that only authorized users will be granted access to the building and, more importantly, access to the residential floors.