Developer Stalls US Skyscraper Project

22 November 2010 (Last Updated November 22nd, 2010 18:30)

Plans to build a 22-storey skyscraper in Virginia, US, have been put on hold by its New York-based developer, Goodstein Development. The $175m project to be called Centennial Towers would include retail spaces at ground level, office space, a hotel and residential units. Goo

Plans to build a 22-storey skyscraper in Virginia, US, have been put on hold by its New York-based developer, Goodstein Development.

The $175m project to be called Centennial Towers would include retail spaces at ground level, office space, a hotel and residential units.

Goodstein Development CEO Ivan Goodstein said the economic environment has caused the company to put a hold on the original building plans.

Goodstein said he is considering all options regarding Centennial Towers, which he first announced in mid-2005, according to the Times-Dispatch.