There's new information involving the CenterPointe project in downtown Lexington.
WKYT has learned one of the project's architectural firms, EOP, has pulled out.
In a statement, an EOP spokesperson told us the decision was based upon a number of factors, all of which are fundamental to the firm's culture and design philosophy.
The design, which has been approved by the city, includes a 19-story hotel, a 10-story office building, and a 7-story apartment building.
Developer Dudley Webb says EOP's part of the project was completed, and construction is still scheduled to begin next month.