The Four Seasons in Philadelphia shuttered its doors this weekend, ceasing operations after more than 30 years in service, reports the Philadelphia Business Journal.
The hotel closed in order to make way for a soon-to-be-announced hotel brand. The Four Seasons will relocate to the top floors of the Comcast Innovation and Technology Center, which is soon to be the city's tallest skyscraper at 59 stories.
The Four Seasons at Comcast is expected to open in 2018.
The hotel replacing the Four Seasons will open this fall after undergoing renovations, which will include a farm-to-table steakhouse called Urban Farmer and a rooftop lounge.
At the $1.2 billion Comcast tower, currently under construction, the hotel will have 222 rooms. The new tower will also house NBC10 and Telemundo.
The Four Seasons and its replacement are just two of the many shakeups going on in Philadelphia's hotel industry in upcoming years. The Hyatt on Penn's landing officially changed in February to a Hilton property.