Mr. Geffen lamented the downsizing of the $500 million David Geffen Hall project at Lincoln Center. “New York should have the best of everything,” he said.
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AUGUST 09, 2013
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2013 - ENESMBLE ATRIA PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
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