A pedestrian bridge with an 85-foot-tall metal leaf sculpture likely will become part of Lone Tree’s skyline by late 2016. Though Councilmember Kim Monson wanted to delay approval of the project another month, the rest of the city council voted June 16 to approve the $6.8 million span over Lincoln Avenue.
The bridge would extend over Lincoln at Heritage Hills Circle, west of the Charles Schwab corporate campus and Bank of the West. It would connect the Willow Creek Trail, allowing pedestrians and cyclists to get from city amenities like RidgeGate’s Lone Tree Arts Center and under-construction Lone Tree Library to north side gathering places like the Cook Creek Pool and Entertainment District.
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