In-N-Out Burger Files Plans For Van Nuys Restaurant

While the exact location has not yet been confirmed, popular fast food chain is most likely taking an out parcel space adjacent new ground-up retail center.

Residents of Van Nuys could soon have a closer option for In-N-Out Burger favorites like the double-double and animal-style fries.

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The popular Irvine, California-based chain Wednesday filed plans with the City of Los Angeles for a new outpost, most likely at the southwest corner of Sepulveda Boulevard and Erwin Street.

That corner is “most likely” the whereabouts because it’s unclear where the proposed In-N-Out Burger would be situated specifically.

The case file submitted by the chain lists eight approximate addresses for the restaurant and In-N-Out Burger.

“We are always looking for future store opportunities in the San Fernando Valley and we certainly hope to open another restaurant in Van Nuys in the future,” Carl Arena, VP of real estate and development for In-N-Out, told What Now Los Angeles (WNLA) in a prepared statement Friday.

“That said, any sites our team may be considering at this time would be so early in the process to be entirely speculative as to whether they would even be developable so there isn’t any additional information I can provide you at this time.”

A 3,000-square-foot out parcel, at 6167 Sepulveda Blvd, that is part of a newly-opened retail center anchored by LA Fitness, is the likely In-N-Out Burger spot.

All of the specs lineup including the square footage, proximity to residential, and the location of a planned drive-thru on the eastern boundary of the property.

Kent Preston, the real estate agent overseeing leasing for the out parcel, did not immediately respond to a request for comment by WNLA.

The planned In-N-Out Burger is still at least a year or more out from coming to fruition if the company moves forward with the plans.

Leasing materials for the site indicate a late-2020, early-2021 debut.


Potential site of the planned Van Nuys In-N-Out Burger
Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

Caleb J. Spivak

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