by Dan Dickson, 12.15.15, BizLex.com
An attorney for the City of Lexington and consultants hired to study potential sites for a new city hall met late last week in New York City with the development team that has taken over the long-stalled CentrePointe project in downtown Lexington.
Lexington attorney Mason Miller said the meeting at Bridgeton Holdings’ offices was largely introductory in nature.
“It was a useful meeting,” said Miller. “It gave our consultants a chance to meet the developers and get a better picture of what they want to do with the site; really, to introduce themselves to each other.”
The city recently hired the consulting firm Jones Lang LaSalle for $198,500 to conduct a 90-day study of city-owned and private properties to gauge where a new city hall could be built. Bridgeton Holdings, led by CEO Atit Jariwala, and a chief investor, Kentuckian Matt Collins, announced in August they had taken over the moribund CentrePointe site from original developers the Webb Companies… Read more at BizLex.com
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