The meeting scheduled Monday night between the Town of Macedon Planning Board and attorneys for Grammy winner Alicia Keys and her music producer husband Kasseem Dean is postponed.

The meeting scheduled Monday night between the Town of Macedon Planning Board and attorneys for Grammy winner Alicia Keys and her music producer husband Kasseem Dean is postponed.

Scott Allen, Macedon's engineer, confirmed the update late Monday morning.

Allen says the attorneys for Keys and Dean said they need more time to create a "comprehensive presentation." Allen says that the attorneys are in the process of hiring surveyors and engineers to study the property. Messenger Post Media's news partner, News10NBC reached out to the Deans’ attorney, Linda Shaw, for an interview.

According to reports, Keys and Dean are interested in buying the former Exxon Mobil research campus on Route 31 in Macedon. It sits up on top of a hill on the north side of the road.

According to the town and the Deans’ attorney, the Deans want to transform the property into a museum, music and arts school and training facility.

The property has been dormant for a few years. It's assessed at approximately $2.5 million dollars.

It is unknown when the new meeting will take place.