CentrePointe

Tom Godell / WUKY

Lingering concerns continue to swirl around the long-awaited CentrePointe project and what role the city might take in the future development.

Tom Godell / WUKY

Lexington’s Urban County Council is expected to approve the hiring of a consultant to assess potential sites for a new city hall, but there’s one location in particular that’s bound to attract the most scrutiny.

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. 

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

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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.

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