A shuttered restaurant in Woodland Hills could be razed to make way for a boutique hotel.

On Thursday, the Woodland Hills-Warner Center Neighborhood Council's Planning and Land Use Management Committee will view a courtesy presentation from the developer of the project, which would rise from a 1.66-acre site at 20401 W. Ventura Boulevard.  Plans call for an eight-story, 112-foot tall building featuring 201 guest rooms, 8,200 square feet of banquet space and a 3,200-square-foot ground-level restaurant.  The proposal also includes a pool deck, various guest amenities and foor levels of subterranean parking.

The property, most recently home to Minatto Seafood Buffet, was purchased in September 2016 by 20401 Ventura Blvd LP, a firm based out of Van Nuys.

Additional details about the proposed development are currently unclear.

The project has not been filed with the City of Los Angeles.

20401 W. Ventura Boulevard (Image: Google Street View)
20401 W. Ventura Boulevard (Image: Google Maps)

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