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Penn is trying to evict The Fresh Club atlantis philadelphia from its year-old spot on 40th and Walnut streets. It hopes to make space for an ACME supermarket complex. Similarly, six fast food restaurants on 34th and Walnut streets were evicted to make space for Franklin's Table to open last year.

Soon, the businesses at the block on Chestnut Street may share that same fate. Ted Pagano, the property owner at 38th and Chestnut streets, told The Daily Pennsylvanian that he has had serious conversations with multiple parties interested in buying the property.

Restaurant leases are usually 10 years. Why do so many Penn establishments close before that? Pagano declined to disclose who the parties looking to purchase the building are. He did, however, deny that prominent realtor Campus Apartments was Club atlantis philadelphia them. The market value of the property has skyrocketed in recent years. The restaurants at the Chestnut block have been staples on Penn's campus for years.

Sitar India, located at 60 South 38th Street. DP File Photo Also found at the Chestnut block is the family-run Furniture Campus Home Store, which moved from its location next to Urban Outfitters on 36th Street in and has established a loyal base of customers. Multiple employees at several businesses, who asked their names not be included in this article to protect their jobs, confirmed that there have been rumors circulating about new realtors seeking to buy the building.

Pagano's family has sold his property to Penn in the past. In an interview with the Philadelphia City Paper inPagano described his family restaurant as a place that had become an icon in West Philadelphia and a magnet for students, local sports stars, and national celebrities alike.

File Photo After lengthy litigation, however, Penn was able to purchase the property in Penn later demolished the building to make room for what is now the Annenberg School for Communication. For 14 years, House of Pagano's was located at Walnut and was later relocated to Chestnut.

Following a temporary, city-mandated closure stemming from the service of alcohol to minors, the basement was converted into a strip club. That strip club, although having changed ownership several times, is still there today as Club Atlantis — but the club, along with the other tenants on the Chestnut block, may not be there for much longer.

Correction: A version of this article indicated Penn bought House of Pagano's property in and built the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts. Penn actually bought the property in to build the Annenberg School for Communication. The DP regrets the error. Dear Penn Stay plugged into Penn with this daily newsletter rounding up all of the top headlines from top headlines from the DP, 34th Street, and Under the Button.

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