City Meets with CentrePointe Developers, Considering City Hall Plans

City brokers meeting with new CentrePointe developers, consultants weighing city hall plans

by Dan Dickson, 12.15.15,

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


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