If landlord takes away amenities such as 24/7 concierge, can I break my lease early?

Question Details: I have been renting in an apartment building for several years that when I moved in advertised as 24/7 concierge service. Recently, the management company decided they are no longer offering 24/7 concierge and there would only be someone staffed at the front desk between 5 pm-5 am. Tenants were given no notice that this change was going to happen. Since they are no longer offering a service that was offered when I signed my lease, is this grounds for me to end my lease early without penalty?

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