Four-Seventeen Frazier

These newly constructed condominiums, developed by Jay Floyd and Jimmy Adams of Whitehall Properties, offer urbanites a contemporary and sleek living arrangement in one of the trendiest places in town – North Shore. The condominiums, which Floyd describes as a project “originally sketched on a cocktail napkin,” provide residents with scenic views of the Tennessee River, Tennessee Aquarium, Bluff View Arts District, downtown Chattanooga, and the mountains.
 
The building’s overall presentation makes it one of the more chic and classy high-rise designs on the market. A rooftop pavilion allows residents to view the city from a different perspective while the lower level of the building features retail and restaurant space.
 
With The Four Seventeen on Frazier, Whitehall Properties, along with architect Andy Smith and builder T. U. Parks, are presenting Chattanooga with what realtors have labeled a “California cutting edge development” that is “simply elegant.” Floyd worked on development projects in Los Angeles over the past 18 years and remodeled architecturally significant houses from  “turn of the century Spanish and Mediterranean, traditional and colonial; minimalist glass and steel contemporary; to 1950’s and 1960’s ‘post and beam.’”
 
“The architecture of The Four Seventeen on Frazier will be unsurpassed with its timeless lines that are reminiscent of a post-war concrete, steel and glass flatiron ship that conjures up images of how buildings were built in New York City,” says Floyd…. “and the design and build-out of it is intended to capture the cosmopolitan feel that one might expect to find in a major metropolitan area.”
 
He described the interior layouts as “boutique style urban city homes,” with all 12 of the condominiums having two large bedrooms, two and a half baths and designer kitchens with interior finishing, using European stones and tiles and hardwood floors. State-of-the-art technology, custom cabinetry throughout, abundant natural light, and quality craftsmanship are among the many features that makes The Four Seventeen on Frazier a classic, charming, and smartly designed urban home for buyers. The condominiums offer purchasers over 1,800 square feet of living space, abundant storage, and private and secure parking.
 
The “pour in place” concrete building features units boasting exposed concrete walls that have been  brushed to lend a soft feel and a certain charm; while French doors opening up from the living area and bedroom onto the gallery overlooking Frazier Avenue add an element of romanticism and unique livability.
 
The contemporary kitchen, adorned with white Carrera marble, features high-end stainless steel appliances, a wine cooler, and abundant cabinet space via handcrafted oak cabinets. The kitchen and baths boast Kohler faucets and sinks. Each unit is pre-wired for sound and a Plasma TV over the gas log fireplace in the main living area.
 
“I am now starting to see some very unique designs appear with Chattanooga urban condominiums and The Four Seventeen on Frazier represents one of the most unique,” says Darlene Brown of Real Estate Partners, LLC. “Developers Jay Floyd and Jimmy Adams are truly masterful with their design acumen. The quality and workmanship (of 417 Frazier) is over the top.”
 
Anchored by contemporary design, The Four Seventeen on Frazier is the epitome of the urban way of the future.
 

  • Owner:
  • Whitehall Properties
  • Mr. Jay Floyd
  • 1106 McCallie Avenue
  • Chattanooga, TN 37404
  • Architect:
  • Andrew Smith Architect, NCARB
  • 737 Market Street
  • Suite 719
  • Chattanooga, TN 37402
  • Phone: (706) 820-1367