Work has stopped as the project owners try to find a new contractor. That's all I really know. Well, I know they have access to millions of taxpayer dollars if they do certain things on time and the right way.
What could have happened?
1. Their general contractor walked because they weren't getting paid.
2. They fired the general contractor because he wasn't doing a good job.
3. They differed on how to proceed with construction and the general contractor split.
4. Terms and conditions changed unexpectedly and no agreement on how to handle them was reached.
There may be more possible excuses, but I can't think of them off of the top of my head.
Whatever happened to the skyscraper the Meyer's group was going to put up on the westside?