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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Jan. 7, 2016) – Say goodbye to Latitude 360.

The Indianapolis entertainment complex will shut down, and this closure is expected to be for good. The venue closed last month after the Indiana Department of Revenue intervened. The tenant was accused of failing to pay rent, owing more than $3 million.

The location reopened two weeks later.

The company will close its Indianapolis location at 4016 E. 82nd Street as well as another location in Jacksonville, Fla. The company said the closures were part of a settlement agreement.

“Although there is disappointment in closing these two locations, our brand and concept remain strong and we feel that this settlement will provide the company the opportunity to expand the Latitude 360 brand to multiple new locations across the country,” said CEO Brent Brown in a statement. “We will always cherish the memories and great times we had with our guests in Jacksonville and Indianapolis.”

The company’s website no longer lists the Indianapolis and Jacksonville locations. It said a Pittsburgh location remains open.