1875 foundry building near Finley Stadium may get new life
With Nod to Past, Tomorrow Building Charts Chattanooga's Future
The nonprofit Chattanooga historic preservation group Cornerstones Inc. should get a good idea next week whether it can help save an old foundry building in a high-profile Southside location.
Cornerstones, Inc. Releases Annual Properties in Peril List
Ann Gray is the Executive Director of Cornerstones, Inc., a local preservation nonprofit whose list of endangered properties included the Tomorrow Building (formerly the Ross Hotel building) for years. She says that as investment started returning to the downtown area over the last decade, preservation wasn’t a priority, with old blocks being wiped clean for new development and public amenities. Very recently, though, she’s seeing renewed interest in historic buildings like the 1888 hotel.
Cornerstones, Inc. Recognizes UTC Graduates
Cornerstones, Inc. has released its list of properties that are considered at risk for losing.
Cornerstones, Inc. and UTC Partner
Cornerstones hosted a graduation and exhibition reception for the UTC Department of Interior Design and 19 graduating seniors. The graduates showcased their projects for the year that examined the historic preservation and adaptive reuse of the Jazzy Building in downtown Chattanooga.
Cornerstones, Inc. Announces 2017 Board of Directors
Cornerstones, Inc. announces the establishment of the Cornerstones Professor in Residence at UTC. Andrew Smith, local educator, architect, and preservationist is the organization’s first Professor to take on the role.
The Work of Cornerstones
Cornerstones, Inc., Chattanooga’s historic preservation organization led by Executive Director Ann Gray, announces its 2017 Board of Directors and officers.
Each year we look back and evaluate the progress and programs of the year. In 2016 Cornerstones went through a tumultuous journey of saving one of Chattanooga's oldest properties, partnered with UTC's department of interior design and established a Cornerstones teacher in residence, and began work on establishing a downtown historic district.