The old First National Bank building at West Main and North Upper streets in downtown Lexington, the future site of Lexington's 21c Museum Hotel, looms above the CentrePointe site. 
Advocates and some in the hospitality industry plan to attend Thursday night's council meeting to raise concerns over final approval of a $6 million Housing and Urban Development loan to the 21c Museum Hotel developers.
The old First National Bank building at West Main and North Upper streets in downtown Lexington, the future site of Lexington's 21c Museum Hotel, looms above the CentrePointe site. Advocates and some in the hospitality industry plan to attend Thursday night's council meeting to raise concerns over final approval of a $6 million Housing and Urban Development loan to the 21c Museum Hotel developers. Herald-Leader
The old First National Bank building at West Main and North Upper streets in downtown Lexington, the future site of Lexington's 21c Museum Hotel, looms above the CentrePointe site. Advocates and some in the hospitality industry plan to attend Thursday night's council meeting to raise concerns over final approval of a $6 million Housing and Urban Development loan to the 21c Museum Hotel developers. Herald-Leader

Lexington housing advocates, others express concern about tax dollars going to 21c Museum Hotel

June 04, 2014 06:43 PM

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