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Chappaqua Crossing developer turns over auditorium to town

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A 400-seat auditorium at the former headquarters of Reader’s Digest will be deeded to the town of New Castle by the developer of the mixed-use Chappaqua Crossing campus and renovated as a public performing arts center. Summit/Greenfield Partners, the Connecticut joint-venture owners that paid $59 million for the 114-acre Reader’s Digest campus in Chappaqua in…

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