CentrePointe

Tom Godell / WUKY

Under the terms of a new, still-evolving agreement, CentrePointe developers the Webb Companies would hand over the project reins to a New York real estate firm and other investors.

Tom Godell / WUKY

Mason Miller, an attorney representing the city of Lexington, says CentrePointe developers have hammered out an agreement with a third party that could take the delayed project off pause.

Tom Godell / WUKY

The tug-of-war between city leaders and CentrePointe developers continues – while a potential lawsuit looms. Lexington officials have yet to respond to a Webb Companies request that they withdraw a letter demanding that the site be filled in or face legal action.

Lexington’s CentrePointe project has lost a major tenant. The decision represents yet another setback for the controversial downtown development.

Funding to construct a parking garage at Lexington’s CentrePointe property may come via the Kentucky League of Cities. 

EOP Architects

The long-delayed CentrePointe development in downtown Lexington ran into another hurdle Wednesday.

EOP Architects

The Urban County Council is moving forward with consideration of a $30M dollar application for state bond money by CentrePointe developers.

CentrePointe developers announced the addition of a second hotel on the same block set to house a Marriott.

Rabun Rasche Rector Reece and CMMI

CentrePointe developer Dudley Webb plans to add five more floors to the project’s apartment building.

Traffic around CentrePointe in downtown Lexington will be blocked around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning as crews set off their second blast of the week.

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