burnside.png

Burnside, Chattanooga...

Welcome to a new addition to an old part of Chattanooga... Burnside.
On the location of the old factory where Oliver Burnside Andrews made his corrugated cardboard boxes, now rises a new retail/residential destination called Burnside.

Neighborhood Staple

It will be a booming neighborhood staple where Chattanoogans can come together, with retail and beautiful residences. Close to Burnside you already find these following Chattanooga Hot Spots!

Planning

In 2018 we will start the extensive renovation of the complex and turn it into the new staple in the neighborhood! 

Function

Burnside will be the location for retail and comfortable living. Contact us for more information or to be updated regularly!


Retail-commercial options

More detailed information about retail

Contact Form

Please fill out the form so we can update you about Burnside, your new neighborhood staple for your business.


Kelly Fitzgerald
Second Story Real Estate Management

Screenshot 2018-02-08 14.38.08.png

 

kelly@secondstory.properties
office: 423.682.8241 (ext. 5)
mobile: 615.714.6378

Name *
Name
Phone
Phone
 

Residential options

More detailed information about
residential options

Contact Form

Please fill out the form so we can update you about Burnside, your new neighborhood staple to call your home.

B. Side
Happy Go Lucky Residential

Screenshot 2018-02-15 13.04.35.png

 

office: 123 345 5678
mobile: 876 654 4321

 
Name *
Name

HomeRetail | Residential | NeighborhoodBurnside

Burnside? Burnside.

The name of the project is inspired by the famous Chattanooga entrepreneur who had his factory right on this spot for decades. But what did he do? Who was Oliver Burnside Andrews?

Oliver Burnside Andrews (1882 - 1937)

The vitality of Chattanooga industrial life is well illustrated by the number of vigorous young men who are continually entering the field and giving their best talents and energies to building up and maintaining the high position which the city has already won as a manufacturing center. One of this younger generation, Oliver B. Andrews, has already made an exceptional record as a business builder
and industrial leader in this city. He is president of the Acme Box Company and the Andrews Paper Box Company. A son of Garnett Andrews and Miss Stevie Campbell, daughter of J. A. Campbell, of Stone Mountain, Georgia., Oliver Burnside Andrews was born in Chattanooga July 23, 1882, and attained his education in private schools, in the Chattanooga high school and the Alabama Poly technic at Auburn. In 1900, at the age of eighteen, he began his practical career as inspector of risks for the Fidelity Mutual Insurance Company of Philadelphia, and continued in that service for five years.

In 1905 he returned to Chattanooga, where he organized the Acme Box Company, of which he became secretary and treasurer and general manager. In March, 1912, he organized the Andrews Paper Box Company, and has directed its affairs from the office of president. Mr.  Andrews is one of the young citizens and business men who not only are doing much to promote the larger business activities, but also are active in stimulating those things which contribute and enliven the general social life of their community. In 1909 he was the organizer of the Chattanooga Baseball Club, and as president has done much to secure this clean and wholesome sport as a regular diversion in Chattanooga. Mr. Andrews is a director of the Hamilton National Bank, was general manager of the Consignees Favorite Box Company until its discontinuance, was secretary of the Richmond Hosiery Mills for four years, and for one term served as vice president of the National Association of Box Makers. He has membership relations with the Manufacturers’ Association of Chattanooga, the Chattanooga Chamber of Commerce, the Chattanooga Commercial Club, is past exalted ruler of the Elks, and is affiliated with the Masonic Order, the Knights of Pythias, the United Commercial Travelers, and finds much of his diversion in the Mountain City and the Chattanooga Golf and Country Club. 

Source: A History of Tennessee and Tennesseans: Volume 7
(Oddly enough we have not found a picture of O.B.Andrews. Yet.)
burnside-patended-boxes.png
burnside-coming-in-2019-bottom-bar.jpg
 

© 2018 carrot+stick & SEI VENTURES LLC