The Downtown YMCA in San Diego will close at the end of October, the San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
The historic building houses the Y in its basement while the rest of the building operates as a low-cost hotel. Plans for the building, which opened as the Army-Navy YMCA 90 years ago, are still undecided, the newspaper reports.
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