Work along the east side of Monaco Parkway will continue through this summer.
The Lowry Redevelopment Authority is adding a new sidewalk, 12-foot-wide tree lawn, 27 new street trees and 5.3 acres of new landscape behind the sidewalk. Overhead utilities have been put underground. New traffic signals at Lowry Boulevard and Monaco Parkway will be installed - but will not be operational until Lowry Boulevard opens. The intersection is not scheduled to open until late 2018, due to residential and mixed-use construction underway along Lowry Boulevard in Boulevard One. At that time, new pedestrian crosswalks will be added at Lowry Boulevard and across Monaco.
Check out our new photo gallery filled with recent shots of homes, parks and progress at Boulevard One!