Crane being removed from Arlo apartment project

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt October 26, 2015
Rendering by ColeJenest & Stone

Rendering of the Arlo project by ColeJenest & Stone

The city of Decatur reports that removal of a large crane from the construction site for an apartment project will result in a few days of lane closures.

According to the city’s Decatur Minute blog, East Trinity Place across from Fire Station No. 1 will be reduced to one lane. The crane was being used to construct a mixed-use apartment project called Arlo, formerly known as the Trinity Triangle development.

“Rampart Construction will remove the crane from The Arlo site on E. Trinity Place (across from Fire Station 1) Oct. 27-29,” the city says. “Traffic will be reduced to one lane, so try to avoid the area if possible. Pedestrian access to the PATH trail will not be affected.”

Arlo is expected to open sometime in spring of 2016, with 210 apartment units available.

For more information on the project, read our previous story by clicking here.

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