San Diego’s Crack Shack signs Century City lease

The fried chicken joint is the latest tenant to join Westfield's Century City mall

TRD LOS ANGELES /
Sep.September 13, 2017 03:00 PM
Los Angeles’ first Crack Shack will open in Culver City(credit: Westfield Century City Mall)

Shake Shack is not going to be the only shack at the Westfield Century City mall.

San Diego celebrity chef Richard Blais announced he has signed a lease at the location, where he will open the first Crack Shack outpost in Los Angeles, Eater reported.

Westfield Century City just opened a second slate of new shops last month, following the grand opening of a Macy’s and 30 stores in April. The property is still in the process of its $1 billion makeover, which is expected to be completed later this year.

Crack Shack, known for its fried chicken, is expected to open in spring 2018, but the exact date has not yet been announced. It will be surrounded by a series of other popular food and restaurant openings, including Everytable, Eataly, Randy’s Donuts and Chick-Fil-A.

Crack Shack is expansion mode. It recently opened a Costa Mesa outlet in Orange County. [ELA] – Naiwen Tian


Related Articles

arrow_forward_ios
10301-10335 West Jefferson Boulevard and Jim Jacobsen Chairman, CEO at Redcar LTD (Credit: 42 Doors and LinkedIn)

Redcar pays $74M for Culver City office complex, eyes expansion

From left: Howard Schwimmer and Michael S. Frankel, with 1601 W. Mission Boulevard and 2757 E. Del Amo Boulevard (Credit: Google Maps)

Rexford Industrial adds to LA portfolio with $100M in acquisitions

Andrew McDonald and At Mateo in the Arts District

Cushman’s West Coast chief talks expansion, DTLA market, the death of the starving baby broker & more

3339 Exposition Blvd. and Asher Luzzatto

Luzzatto Co. assembling creative office hub in West Adams

David Pressberg and 6000-6024 Buckingham Parkway (Credit: Google Maps)

R.W. Selby buys $33M Culver City rental in deal brokered by seller’s kin

Jason Illoulian and the Cemex plant

Faring makes $30M assemblage play on WeHo/LA border

From left: Nuveen CEO Vijay Advani, Graymark founder/CEO Brian Hecktman

Graymark, Nuveen pay $97M for El Segundo creative office

3301 South Canfield Avenue (Credit: Google Maps and iStock)

Oakmont Capital is building a mini multifamily empire in Palms

arrow_forward_ios
Loading...