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65 story planned for Lexington?

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WOWSER !!!

Let's see what comes of this. Mixed-use is definately the way to go. Any guess as to whom the 'anonymous developer' is ?

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WOWSER !!!

Let's see what comes of this. Mixed-use is definately the way to go. Any guess as to whom the 'anonymous developer' is ?

I can't find anything about this. I was thinking that it would be the project one block from the courthouse, bounded by Limestone, Main, Upper, and Vine Streets (bonus: its right across from my new apartment!) since there are plans for demolition of some of those existing structures for a high-rise.

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Wow! What a huge project. It sounds too good to be true, but I hope it is!

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Wow, is right. Can anyone find more information about this?

I was checking skyscrapercity and someone contacted the architect and the downtown development authority and neither of them knew of this project. Looks like somebody lied or was seriously confused.

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There are or have been proposals in almost every medium sized city to build a very tall tower. Until you see the shovels hit the ground I would not put too much stock in it. Also, Wikipedia, SSC, SSP, etc are notoriously bad places to get information. Wait for it to hit the papers.

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There are or have been proposals in almost every medium sized city to build a very tall tower. Until you see the shovels hit the ground I would not put too much stock in it. Also, Wikipedia, SSC, SSP, etc are notoriously bad places to get information. Wait for it to hit the papers.

I agree, if its indeed true the Lexington media would be all over it. As of right now I would take it as a grain of salt until a more credible source confirms it. Or its possible that theres some validity to what Wikipedia has printed. We'll just have to wait and see.

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I agree, if its indeed true the Lexington media would be all over it. As of right now I would take it as a grain of salt until a more credible source confirms it. Or its possible that theres some validity to what Wikipedia has printed. We'll just have to wait and see.

I placed {{fact}} to see if we can get a source. If not within a week, the statement will be removed.

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I would think the local media would have already picked up on this. So I have to agree with everyone else, that until it gets picked up by the local media and/or is at least substantiated by a firm or credible person involved, then I would take it with a grain of salt.

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