This six-story building, considered one of the architectural icons of Downtown Chattanooga, was originally the headquarters of the Chattanooga Times newspaper which was founded by Adolph S Ochs, owner of the New York Times. Cornerstones accepted a donation of a façade easement for this building, which enables Cornerstones legally to maintain, preserve, and protect the exterior of the structure.
Wine Over Water is Tennessee's premier wine-tasting festival. You can sample wines from over 100 world wineries, while you stroll the historic Walnut Street Bridge, which spans the scenic Tennessee river. Built in 1890, it's one of the world's longest pedestrian bridges and was the first bridge to link Downtown Chattanooga to the North Shore. It is also the first non-military highway bridge to cross the Tennessee river.