Excavator operator P.C. Campbell, with Superior Demolition, tok down the former A1A Sandbar on East Main Street on Monday near Eastern Avenue in downtown Lexington. The demolition began last week. The former A1A Sandbar was sold for $1.2 million to a developer who plans to build a five-story mixed-use complex to be called Field & Main. Developer Jeff Morgan wants to have a business on the ground floor, condominiums on the upper four floors and a two-story, 52-space parking garage.
Excavator operator P.C. Campbell, with Superior Demolition, tok down the former A1A Sandbar on East Main Street on Monday near Eastern Avenue in downtown Lexington. The demolition began last week. The former A1A Sandbar was sold for $1.2 million to a developer who plans to build a five-story mixed-use complex to be called Field & Main. Developer Jeff Morgan wants to have a business on the ground floor, condominiums on the upper four floors and a two-story, 52-space parking garage. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com
Excavator operator P.C. Campbell, with Superior Demolition, tok down the former A1A Sandbar on East Main Street on Monday near Eastern Avenue in downtown Lexington. The demolition began last week. The former A1A Sandbar was sold for $1.2 million to a developer who plans to build a five-story mixed-use complex to be called Field & Main. Developer Jeff Morgan wants to have a business on the ground floor, condominiums on the upper four floors and a two-story, 52-space parking garage. Charles Bertram cbertram@herald-leader.com

A1A Sandbar & Grille being demolished for business, condos

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