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Daly Glass Leaves NoHo; Property Sold

(Photo Credit: Arin Mikailian).
(Photo Credit: Arin Mikailian).
A longtime Vineland Avenue staple in NoHo has left the neighborhood. Daly Glass has relocated to 10888 La Tuna Canyon in Sun Valley, where business owner Bill Rust will continue forging windows for everything from home use to movie props.

Rust bought Daly Glass and the building from its previous owner 33 years ago. Overall, Daly Glass spent more than 60 years in NoHo.

He told Patch last year that issues like a lack of street parking motivated him to make the move.

Rust said he sold the property to the owners of Limousine Connection, located down the street at 5118 Vineland Ave., though its not clear yet what the site would be used for.

Phone calls to the limo business were not immediately returned.

What do you think about the sale of the Daly Glass building?
Do not take a Lane out on Lankershim for bikes January 26, 2014 at 09:51 AM
Stephanie, The reason why they should move starbucks is because it is very durity in front of the store. Vineland will be prdestrain friendly there will be many new bussin ess open up so I think iot would be a great street for it . It not safe where starbucks is now at Lanklershim and Magnolia there is no lighted there and there has been some voilt crime just this past month so I think VIneland works unlike Lankershim. The reason why Lankershim is so congested isx because that is the many street for the bussiness in our area and that is the dirct street for all the car traffic which is not going anywhere an time so.
Armando Del Valle January 26, 2014 at 02:12 PM
Every business gets dirty from time to time. If it goes on Vineland it won't get clean anytime soon since Vineland is one of the dirtiest streets out there. Where on Vineland is it going to go? Tell me that. It's not going anywhere. Remember that a lot of homeless like to stay on Vineland because its empty. If more businesses open up on Vineland I don't know how they will feel with them hanging around the areas. If you want people to start taking you seriously, you need to make sure and take the time to observe the area. Not just look at it and say, oh this is empty it should go here. There are way more factors than that. Same goes for other issues as well. I'm not a business person but I know the process of what goes into making one make a name for itself since I have friends in that industry. First thing for a business is location. I don't think they would want to move to some place that looks deserted. They want traffic where a lot of people walk through with all types of transportation whether it be walking, car, or bike.
Stephanie January 26, 2014 at 03:57 PM
Armando is 100% right. The way to relieve congestion in that area is to make it more pedestrian and bike friendly. No person in their right mind would move from that hub to a deserted, unsafe, rat-infested area.
Do not take a Lane out on Lankershim for bikes January 26, 2014 at 05:50 PM
Yes Armando but the comminty change VIneland and make it better.
Do not take a Lane out on Lankershim for bikes January 26, 2014 at 05:51 PM
Stephanie, It will happen with a lot of hard work from the comminty Lankershim did not come nice over ayear but it took time.

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