MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — It seems another Block E business has bit the dust.

Officials say the Hard Rock Cafe, located at 600 Hennepin Ave. S. in Minneapolis, will close its doors on Sept. 30.

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Hard Rock International said they are fully committed to the city of Minneapolis and look forward to potential future projects within the city, according to a released statement.

The company also states, “We have run a successful business in Minneapolis, but the current site has created challenges that prevent us from continuing to operate at this location.”

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The Hard Rock Cafe opened in 2002.

The Shout House and the AMC Block E Theater remain some of the only businesses left.

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“Our strategy over the past year and a half has been to reposition and re-tenant the building. We continue to work towards a revitalized Block E, contribute to a successful Hennepin Avenue and carefully and methodically determine the best possible uses for the site,” said Phillip Jaffe, partner at Alatus LLC, which owns the Block E center.