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“I’ll be OK, others will relocate, but the opportunity for that synergy in one place? That’s what the city is losing.”

A Downtown Vegas neighborhood built on the arts is losing galleries and cultural businesses

July 11th, 2019

“I’ll be OK, others will relocate, but the opportunity for that synergy in one place? That’s what the city is losing.”

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