Above: At a public meeting in July, architect Jeanne Gang showed Mayor Jim Gray a model of her concept for CentrePointe. He suggested that Webb hire her to come up with a new design for the controversial downtown project.
Below: Buildings on the now pastoral block were razed in 2008.
Above: At a public meeting in July, architect Jeanne Gang showed Mayor Jim Gray a model of her concept for CentrePointe. He suggested that Webb hire her to come up with a new design for the controversial downtown project. Below: Buildings on the now pastoral block were razed in 2008.
Above: At a public meeting in July, architect Jeanne Gang showed Mayor Jim Gray a model of her concept for CentrePointe. He suggested that Webb hire her to come up with a new design for the controversial downtown project. Below: Buildings on the now pastoral block were razed in 2008.

What now for CentrePointe?

November 01, 2011 12:00 AM

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