Herald-Leader: Investor named for CentrePointe in downtown Lexington

The underground parking garage is nearing completion and the former large hole is no longer visible. (Charles Bertram/Lexington Herald-Leader)
The underground parking garage is nearing completion and the former large hole is no longer visible. (Charles Bertram/Lexington Herald-Leader)

Construction is expected to start soon on a 12-story office tower in the long-delayed CentrePointe project after developers announced Wednesday that new investors are backing the high-profile development in the center of downtown Lexington, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported on Wednesday.

The Webb Companies said Lexington-based Greer Companies have joined the more than $200 million project, which includes a 700-space underground parking garage, a 231-room Marriott hotel, a 120-suite Residence Inn and a 12-story office tower.

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