Developer files plans for West LA grocery store

Retail builder Red Mountain Group currently owns the site

Los Angeles /
Sep.September 26, 2017 02:00 PM

West Los Angeles could soon have more grocery options.

An unidentifiable applicant filed plans for a 28,600-square-foot grocery store at 6855 S. La Cienega Boulevard in Westchester on Monday, planning documents show.

Filing details hint the project could sell alcohol.

Red Mountain Group currently owns the lot. The Santa Ana-based retail developer mainly focuses on redeveloping distressed strip malls and owns 91 properties across 17 states, according to its website.


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