When the original VanReno was put up for sale in December 2016, the original owner, Paul Degenhardt, told the Los Angeles Times that he was “scared to death” to sell the building.
He said he had spent years searching for a place to live, and that he could not afford the $1.9 million purchase price.
“I thought, I don’t want to buy something that has value,” Degenhart told the Times.
But VanRenos success was so quick that Degenhardts family is now turning to a new project to bring the building back to life.
The new building at Van Renovo will be called “The Old Van,” and it will have a different look than the original, with a renovated roof, new walls, and new landscaping.
The structure will be the biggest renovation project the VanRenkos have ever undertaken.
The building will be designed by architect David Hensley, who has designed several other iconic buildings in Los Angeles.
According to the Los Feliz News, the building will include an open-plan restaurant and a bar.
The plan is to add a private terrace for private events and an underground pool.
The plans are currently under construction and will be finished by March 2019.
The new building will also be equipped with a new landscaped walkway and a new roof that will replace the original roof.
It will also feature a new staircase.
The project will be completed in three phases, starting in 2021 and ending in 2023.
The remodeling project is being spearheaded by the Van Renkos, who have donated $3 million to the project.
The remodeling of the VanNovo building is also being spearheaded through the support of the Los Padres Community Foundation.
They are also working with the Los Cucuyas Cultural Trust to fund the project, and will also use the funds to build a new art gallery in the area.
The original VanNovos original owner told the newspaper that he believed the building would be in danger of becoming a ghost town.
He told the paper that he would like to see the building open to the public.
“We don’t have to fear that it will just be a ghost,” he said.
“We don, too.”
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