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Chattanooga's Downtown and Waterfront district has nearly 50,000 acres of water and 1,000 miles of shoreline. In May 2005, a month-long celebration was held to highlight the completion of its 21st Century Waterfront Development - a $120 Million redevelopment of the Chattanooga waterfront and downtown area.
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