Business Lexington May 2017

Years in the making, The Summit at Fritz Farm is set to debut boasting ‘top-of-class’ national stores alongside new spots by local luminaries Read more



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CDI has spent decades remaking itself from a single-entity racetrack business into one of the nation’s leading racing, gambling and online entertainment companies. Read more


Since the redevelopment of its former Sears location in 2014 into a new corridor of retail and dining outlets, Fayette Mall has reinvigorated its overall tenant mix, inspired additional renovations by existing retailers and boosted its sales. Read more


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New renderings show ambitious park plan that aims to boost green space, pedestrian traffic and commercial activity. Read more


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Photo by Sarah Jane Sanders

Japanese automaker makes major investment into Georgetown-area facility, garnering $43.5 million in state tax breaks. Read more



Serge Bertasius

Lexington Mayor Jim Gray’s proposed $358 million budget reserves most of its focus, and its funding, to bolster police and safety. But Gray’s latest budget also reserves money for jobs and workforce development. Read more


The Lexington Center issued a request for proposals for the 17-acre plot across the street from Rupp, and responses have included a proposal that includes a new downtown baseball stadium. Read more