The two tallest buildings in Boston, 200 Clarendon Street (formerly known as the John Hancock Tower), right, and the Prudential Tower are seen from One Dalton. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)

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Die Top of The Hub restaurant and Skywalk Observatory sal on April 18, according to that local operator.

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“The closures are the result of the decision of Boston Properties Inc., owners of The Prudential Tower, to provide a new lease for the venues despite several years of discussion, ‘ has Select Restaurants, Inc., the owner and operator of the Restaurant and Observatory, are said in a statement.

The local top of the Prudential tower has been extraordinary for many years.

The restaurant Top of the Hub lies 52 storeys above the Back Bay of Boston and is a destination to celebrate special occasions. Meanwhile, the Skywalk Observatory with a view of 360 degrees across the city-and is according to New York the largest observatory, according to the operator.

In A statement thank Boston Properties Select Restaurants, the operator of the venues, for their long-time service.

“Boston Properties plan an exciting new design for an observatory in Prudential Center that will offer a visitor experience of world class for visitors to Boston,” Bryan buys, executive vice president of Boston Properties, said. “We thank the community beforehand for their patience during the construction process and look forward to sharing plans for this exciting new experience. “

Select Restaurants announced the closure of the Top of The Hub and Skywalk Observatory on Wednesday afternoon. According to the company, more than 200 employees will lose their jobs.

John Quagliata, Chairperson of Select Restaurants, said the lack of a new lease is not due to management failure, the inability to pay rising rent or a downturn in the business.

“Despite continued growth in sales, a commitment to re-invest millions of dollars in the restaurant, and our heartfelt desire to operate the restaurant such as decades, chose Boston Properties not to prolong the lease agreement,” said Quagliata in a Statement.