• Judge rules in favor of landlord to evict Latitude 360 Pittsburgh

    By: Jenna Bourne

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    A judge ruled in favor of Latitude 360’s landlord Monday to evict the business from its Pittsburgh-area location.

    According to the lawsuit, Latitude 360, which is the last remaining location of the restaurant and entertainment complex in the U.S., hasn’t paid rent in months and owes multiple mechanics money.

    The judge’s order allows the landlord to seize the property and the equipment inside. 

    Latitude 360 has 30 days to respond.

    Attempts to reach Latitude 360 owners Monday were unsuccessful.

    Latitude 360’s Jacksonville and Indianapolis locations were also evicted for not paying rent.

    Latitude 360 Jacksonville closed in January 2016, and employees there claimed that their paychecks bounced. The State Attorney's Office is investigating.

     

     

     

     

     

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