Crossroads WeHo moving into former Triple AAA office

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Crossroads in West Hollywood is trading in their space at 8315 Santa Monica Boulevard for a new location a short drive away at 8761 Santa Monica Boulevard, formerly home to Triple AAA.

The chain of secondhand stores was founded in Berkeley in 1991 by Jerry Block and Chip Gerken. The company operates on a buy-sell-trade model, allowing customers to sell their gently used clothing for cash or store credit and purchase secondhand items.

Crossroads has won over 100 “Best of” awards and has expanded to include 38 store locations across the United States. 

Signage at the new storefront says they plan to open this fall.

 

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Frank
Frank
2 months ago

Odd. This is a worse location for them. There is no parking lot and it’s a little farther away from where those sorts of customers usually are. Strange move. Prove me wrong!

Jules
Jules
2 months ago

Why did AAA have to leave? That location was so much more convenient than the DMV.

Rose
Rose
2 months ago
Reply to  Jules

Internet – nobody needs ever go to AAA for maps they need for trips.

Also raising rents & a cheap tacky resale store with the rudest employees who claim cheap clothing is actually a real designer product.

What does the City want. Hmmm what to do with the store/lot across the street from City hall.

I got a reading from a small rock I just picked out of my shoe – foreseeing a pet Expensive personal project “benefitting” or bribing the City Council to level & build another oversized & unwanted too expensive project.

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
2 months ago

And this will activate this space way more than AAA.

I guess the sky really ISN’T falling in Weho after all.

Hahahaha
Hahahaha
2 months ago
Reply to  greeneyedguy

Lol. Id not be surprised if Crossroads received a $$ incentive from the city to vacate their current location as the city has plans for that block. Id assume the rent prolly almost doubled w this new location and buildout!

greeneyedguy
greeneyedguy
2 months ago
Reply to  Hahahaha

Wow lots of assumptions without any evidence to back it up.

You just make up entire narratives in your head and act like they’re true, don’t you?

The Real Zam
2 months ago

Let’s hope the city can find a new (and perhaps temporary) home for Joey’s so the city can revitalize that entire block with that promised arts center along with more retail, parking, & some much needed community meeting space.

hahah
hahah
2 months ago

now if they can only SUB-Lease the space where sprouts used to be. I had heard rumors on Erewhon going in there but?? And there have always been rumors on the trader joes building being torn down eventually.

dave
dave
2 months ago

The City Playhouse plans should be redesigned now that this space is freed from their lease. There is no longer a need to make it two stories tall. I hope we hear from the city staff that the design will adjust back to its original budget and do a long term plan for the entire block.

Jerome Cleary
Jerome Cleary
2 months ago

Wow

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:dpb
2 months ago

This is a great add to our neighborhood. Love this.

Tom
Tom
2 months ago

Joeys is next. Then the whole block gets redone.

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