Bankruptcy attorneys for the owner of the Charlottesville downtown mall monstrosity that was supposed to become a luxury hotel will get paid for their work.
Monday, a federal judge granted Halsey Minor's attorneys the nearly $53,000 they requested for representing him.
The rest of the bankrupt financier's creditors will have to wait until the court hears a final plan for Minor to get out of debt for the stalled landmark hotel. That hearing is scheduled for March 19.
Court documents filed this month show a new developer, Virginia Hotel Fund, LLC, has offered $2.8 million to restart the hotel project.