On Monday, Russ Pozen, director of engineering with DVG, briefed Plan Commission members on various projects within the Beacon Hill commercial development.
The temporary stop signs at 113th Avenue and Delaware Parkway were installed Tuesday, Crown Point Mayor David Uran said.
Uncooperative weather, design details, coordinating site work and corporate approval processes have pushed the project back, said Jeff Ban, principal of DVG Inc.
The four-story, 57,000-square-foot building with have 95 rooms, an indoor pool and limited breakfast service, said Jeff Ban, principal of DVG Inc.
With a population reaching 30,000, Crown Point has grown close to 50 percent since 2000, according to City-Data.com.
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