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New Renderings, Hope for Long-Delayed Trinity Triangle Project

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Decatur's Trinity Triangle was first green-lighted in 2007, aka the jolly days before the economy went to hell, but has languished in development purgatory ever since. The shuttering of Decatur's long-standing Dairy Queen in February hinted that the Centro Development project was still on the table, but the only sound at the ole DQ barn since then has been the sound of Blizzard addicts' tears hitting their empty cups. Now, although a city official and the developer told Decaturish that the financing is not finalized, new renderings from Oakhurst Realty Partners, which will handle leasing, make the mixed-use mid-rise seem downright likely. Sitting on the high-traffic (11,330 cars a day) triangle between Twain's and Kimball House, the project will have 210 apartments as well as three spaces, ranging from 1,250 to 2,900 square feet, for restaurants or retail. One rendering shows a large DQ logo in one of the retail spaces and for the sake of soft serve cravings across Decatur, let's hope that part is accurate.

· Trinity Triangle – Groundbreaking 'imminent' [Decaturish]
· New Trinity Triangle Renderings Released [Decatur Metro]
· Downtown Decatur's Apartment Train Keeps A-Rollin' [Curbed Atlanta]