CentrePointe map and timeline: Vital downtown block is put out to pasture

March 8, 2013 

A scale model of the latest CentrePointe design placed the hotel tower at the corner of Vine and Upper streets. Dec. 2, 2012.

In 2008, a $250 million project called CentrePointe was announced for downtown Lexington, a skyscraper that the developers said would reshape one of the best recognized corners in town. Five years later, it's a grass-covered pasture in the middle of town. Click the map to see which businesses were in the block before they were demolished.



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