At the end of June, an all-star panel sat for a large audience at the Center for Architecture in Greenwich Village in New York City to discuss incorporating cultural facilities like theatres into the building of large towers for other uses, usually corporate in nature. The Jazz at Lincoln Center facility at the Time Warner Center was the discussion launch pad, but panelists were encouraged to veer off and talk about other examples and how to do it again next time somewhere else. With Hugh ...

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