NEW YORK CITY |  Reynold Levy is exiting as president of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts. The New York Daily News reports that Levy will step down at the end of the year.

Levy, who started on the job in 2002, oversaw a $1.2 billion renovation for the Upper West Side cultural landmark.

A special committee has begun the search for Levy’s successor. Levy’s departure follows Lincoln Center Theater executive director Bernard Gersten, who this summer announced he’ll leave next June.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
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