The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority board approved $1.1 million toward the conversion of the historic First National Building on West Main Street in Lexington into a 21c Museum Hotel. Approval was given to a $500,000 tax-increment financing plan and tax incentives of $600,000.
The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority board approved $1.1 million toward the conversion of the historic First National Building on West Main Street in Lexington into a 21c Museum Hotel. Approval was given to a $500,000 tax-increment financing plan and tax incentives of $600,000. Herald-Leader
The Kentucky Economic Development Finance Authority board approved $1.1 million toward the conversion of the historic First National Building on West Main Street in Lexington into a 21c Museum Hotel. Approval was given to a $500,000 tax-increment financing plan and tax incentives of $600,000. Herald-Leader

Lexington's 21c Museum Hotel's TIF plan approved

December 13, 2012 04:32 PM

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