The Lexington Herald Leader is reporting that a new investor has signed on to help with the CentrePointe construction project. The Webb Companies announced on Wednesday that Lexington-based Greer Companies is investing money and manpower into the venture.
Lexington Mayor Jim Gray has announced that developers, Bridgeton Holdings and Matt Collins, have decided to pull out of the CentrePointe proposal with the city after it was determined to be too expensive for Lexington tax payers.
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.
ByAlan Lytle & Mark Green & Lane Report•Aug 17, 2015
This week on the Business Side we discuss the new developers in charge of taking over the troubled CentrePointe project in the heart of downtown Lexington. Mark Green of the Lane Report has done some digging on Bridgeton Holdings and shares his findings.