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Inside ‘ARLO,’ Decatur’s Latest Mixed-Use Component

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Studios begin at $1,400 on eastern edge of downtown Decatur

Photos: Jonathan Phillips, Curbed Atlanta

Downtown Decatur has densified considerably in the last couple of years, and this thriving ITP city is in for another heaping helping — shaped like a pie, no less — of apartments soon.

At 245 Trinity Place, on land once occupied by an old-fashioned Dairy Queen, the ARLO is now leasing its 210 units, ranging from studios to two-bedrooms. Amenities will include a "skyline lounge and terrace," a "hotel-inspired pool," and on-site bike shop, plus a park and spa just for the pooches.

About pricing: Studios with 640 square feet start at $1,405. On the top end, two-bedroom units with 1,075 square feet begin at $2,055. The building will offer eight other floorplans in between those two poles. Ceiling heights range from nine to 12 feet, and all countertops are quartz, according to marketing materials.

Dairy Queen is making a comeback, too.

The frozen-treat emporium was finalizing permits to build out a street retail space at ARLO when we last spoke with the developer in April. Also, plans were in the works for a huge street mural that would cover an exposed parking garage facing the adjacent train tracks.

Here’s the spiel:

"A stone's throw from Decatur's finest dining rooms, watering holes and cultural establishments, ARLO is connected to the local happenings yet stands apart with its own exceptional charm."

And here’s a recent look around: