West Hollywood's strong sense of historic preservation doesn't just extend to famous monuments such as the Wright House on Doheny Drive or the Schindler House on King's Road. The neighborhood's prized historical gems also include family-owned roadside hamburger stands such as Irv's Burgers. Built in 1946, Irv's was accorded "local cultural resource" status by the city (see photo) in 2006, according to the hamburger stand's co-owner, Sonia Hong.
In December 2012, Hong told West Hollywood Patch that associates of certain new businesses near her hamburger stand were pressuring her to relocate elsewhere to make way for greater commercial development in the area. Originally from Korea, Hong and her family have owned Irv's since 2000, when they invested their life savings and purchased the business for $100,000.
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