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Things are starting to look different in the area where the City-owned 4-acres will soon be developed into a walkable and useable green space and mixed-use development.
Trammell Crow recently began preparation of the area for planting and establishing grass by removing the concrete and other unused structures. While development of the area is still in the early stages of planning, the clearing has already started alongside preparation for the Alexan Project by Trammel Crow development. This work is planned to be completed with 45 days.
Trammell Crow has already made a contribution to the aesthetics of downtown Avondale Estates with the removal of the billboard seen from East College Avenue.