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Zola Kitchen and Wine Bar will close next month when its building will be demolished for construction of a new, mixed-use development.
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McHugh also finished fourth in the 800m free on Wednesday and is expected to compete in the 400m free on Saturday and the 1500m free on Sunday.
The space has long been used as a nightclub, previously known as Player's prior to becoming Indigo in 2008.
The university anticipates construction on a new building to begin in November 2019 with completion in December 2020. Development plans would require approval from State College Borough Council.
The Pennharmonics 25th anniversary alumni reunion concert will take place Saturday, July 28.
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