Officials with Chattanooga Housing Authority said they are accepting offers for the 37-acre Harriet Tubman site.
The announcement comes a day after CHA was unable to close on the sale of the former public housing development to Chicago-based Lakewood Realty 3.
In a news release, CHA said it "will consider all responsive and responsible offers for residential use, commercial development and/or economic development."
CHA is using broker Dennis Harris of Brentwood, Tenn.-based Kirkland Company, the news release stated.
The property consists of 440 units in East Chattanooga, TN.
For more information, call Dennis Harris at 615-690-3001 x 223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Offers will be accepted through Feb. 14.
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