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The Webb Companies says CentrePointe will now be called "City Center."
Construction has now started on a planned 12-story office tower at the CentrePointe site in downtown Lexington.
The long-delayed CentrePointe project in downtown Lexington has a new investor.
The Webb Companies released new artist renderings, including a video tour, of what CentrePointe could look like when it's finished in downtown Lexington.
Major utility construction will result in the closing of a portion of South Upper Street in Lexington beginning Tuesday morning.
It's almost time for the next level of construction on the CentrePointe parking garage in downtown Lexington.
Concrete trucks were making deliveries to the CentrePointe site Friday morning, as construction continues on the underground parking garage.
Within the first year of developing for Lexington's plagued CentrePointe venture, one of -- if not its largest financial supporters died, leaving Webb Companies wondering if it was going to get its money.
An update to the CentrePointe project in downtown Lexington gives developers a 30-day extension on their building permit.
A statement has been released from Mayor Jim Gray's office regarding the CentrePointe Project and the expiration of a deadline for work to commence in earnest, or at least be apparent, at the site.
A number of extensions on an order to fill-in the CentrePointe construction site in downtown Lexington expire on Wednesday, March 30, 2016.
Developer Dudley Webb says work is underway on the underground garage, at the CentrePointe site in downtown Lexington.
For the last several months, the owners of the Centrepointe Project have patiently remained silent while speculation about the project became almost every day fodder in the press and social media.
The City of Lexington has told the company that owns the two tower cranes on the CentrePointe property that it plans to fill in the site if no work is done on the underground garage by March 30th.
'Fill in the hole' was a chant you might've heard Saturday if you were around Downtown Lexington, specifically near the troubled, CentrePointe project.
A lawyer for the City of Lexington says in an e-mail to Urban County Council members that the city could fill in the existing hole at the CentrePointe construction site downtown, or foreclose on the property after March 30th.
The new developers of the long-delayed CentrePointe project in downtown Lexington say they're out of the project, this after they were notified by the City of Lexington that CentrePointe would not be a potential new home for the Urban County Government Center. The city said in a letter to the developer's attorney that it would be too expensive to relocate to CentrePointe. It is not clear what will happen to the property.
A new group of investors is taking over the CentrePointe project in downtown Lexington.
The City of Lexington is delaying its demand that CentrePointe's developers fill-in the construction site downtown because an unnamed development group has expressed interest in the project.
CentrePointe developers have given the city of Lexington a May 8 deadline to withdraw its request that the construction site be filled-in or face possible legal action.