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    Business License Commission to Consider Extending Business Hours at New Barry’s WeHo Location

    At a Regular West Hollywood Business License Commission Meeting on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, the Commission will conduct a public hearing to consider the application by Barry’s Bootcamp LLC, to change the location for an Extended Hour Business License #EXT-002929 from 1106 La Cienega Boulevard to their new location at 8383 Santa Monica Boulevard.

    A recommendation has been put forth to adopt Resolution No. BLC24-0003, which approves the change in location for Barry’s Bootcamp LLC. This recommendation follows the business’s previous acquisition of an Extended Hour Business License in 2006, allowing early fitness classes starting at 5:00 AM.

    In March 2024, the business moved to a commercial space located at 8383 Santa Monica
    Boulevard. The establishment applied to amend its extended hour business license to reflect the new business location as they wish to continue to operate the same
    hours as their previous location to offer early fitness classes, to include the smoothie bar
    located in the lobby area.

    Barry’s Bootcamp LLC aims to maintain its operating hours and services, including a smoothie bar in the lobby, at the new location. The business currently operates under an interim extended hour license until the decision on the license amendment is finalized.

    The proposed relocation has prompted a review by the Business License Commission, which assesses factors such as parking provisions, cleanliness, security measures, and noise management. The Commission is tasked with ensuring that extended hour businesses adhere to specific regulations, including the presence of on-site managers and security personnel during designated hours.

    Concerns regarding potential negative impacts on surrounding neighborhoods have been addressed through a comprehensive evaluation of the business’s security measures, cleanliness efforts, and noise control strategies. Recommendations from city staff suggest that the relocation is unlikely to cause adverse effects and propose the approval of the license amendment, subject to existing security requirements outlined in municipal code.

    Barry’s Bootcamp LLC awaits the decision of the West Hollywood Business License Commission, which will determine the fate of its relocation request and the continuation of its extended hour operations at the new Santa Monica Boulevard location.

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    Paulo Murillo is Editor in Chief and Publisher of WEHO TIMES. He brings over 20 years of experience as a columnist, reporter, and photo journalist. Murillo began his professional writing career as the author of “Love Ya, Mean It,” an irreverent and sometimes controversial West Hollywood lifestyle column for FAB! newspaper. His work has appeared in numerous print and online publications, which include the “Hot Topic” column in Frontiers magazine, where he covered breaking news and local events in West Hollywood. He can be reached at [email protected]


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    Kiss it
    Kiss it
    21 days ago

    It’s just a gym just let them be open 24 hours a day. They have good programming and they are plenty of parking. I don’t even know why we’re having wasting time talking about the hours of a gym.

    Reading Rainbow
    Reading Rainbow
    24 days ago

    If they’re selling pot it’s a go.

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