|west end:||S Street|
|east end:||Bayfront Parkway|
|Namesake:||William H. Chase|
Chase Street is an east-west street in downtown Pensacola. Its westernmost terminus is at S Street, but is interrupted for one block between P Street and Pace Boulevard and for two blocks between I and G Streets. Chase Street becomes one-way (east) at Devilliers Street. At Tarragona Street it briefly joins an I-110 overpass, then takes US 98 from Ninth Avenue to its eastern terminus at Bayfront Parkway.
Chase Street is named for Colonel William H. Chase, the construction engineer for Forts McRee, Barrancas, Redoubt and Pickens between 1828-1854, who captured the Navy Yard (ironically, some of the same fortresses he had engineered) for Confederate forces in January, 1861.
 Selected Landmarks
- Rhodes Building (headquarters of Gulf Coast Community Bank and Ballinger Publishing, among other tenants)
- St. Michael's Cemetery
- Pensacola Civic Center
- UWF Small Business Development Center
- The Jane C. Noonan Center at First Presbyterian Church (home of the Pensacola Children's Chorus)
- Residence Inn Marriott hotel