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A previously reported on In-and-Out Burger planned for Woodland Hills won’t be happening after all.
“While we had hoped to better serve our customers in the Woodland Hills area by opening a new restaurant at the corner of Ventura Boulevard and Capistrano Avenue, we have recently decided against pursuing our application any further,” In-N-Out Burger Vice President of Real Estate & Development Carl Arena said in an email to What Now Los Angeles.
The plan was to demolish all-of or part-of Ventura West Hand Car Wash, spanning 22503 – 22527 Ventura Blvd., and construct a new restaurant from the ground-up. Anchored on the corner of Ventura Blvd. and Capistrano Ave., more than 1,000 daily trips were expected through the canceled location.
“Throughout the planning process our intent is to be sure that any concerns are satisfied, and to make any necessary adjustments in the hope that our business is nothing but a positive presence in the community,” Arena said. “Regrettably, after more than three years of working through the development processes of the City of Los Angeles, we no longer see a path forward for this project.”
In-N-Out celebrated its 70th anniversary in 2018 as the burger joint has now expanded to six states across the U.S.
Hello, I informed you that Ventura West hand car wash is closed 2 week ago. I notice several construction contractor workers are working at site. I was not sure if building is demolish or renovation. who know?
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