Harry’s Coffee Shop building sold, but business will remain open in La Jolla
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The 7545-7553 Girard property is a 7,649-square foot restaurant and retail building featuring La Jolla’s iconic Harry’s Coffee Shop, in addition to a retail space occupied by Everett Stunz.
The 7545-7553 Girard property is a 7,649-square foot restaurant and retail building featuring La Jolla’s iconic Harry’s Coffee Shop, in addition to a retail space occupied by Everett Stunz.
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The La Jolla building home to Harry’s Coffee Shop and an adjacent building have been sold for a combined price of nearly $9 million, but the landmark restaurant known for its folksy charm isn’t going anywhere.

“The Harry’s parcel did sell, however we have a long lease,” said Harry’s owner John Rudolph, a former professional golfer who still plays high-level amateur events.

Rudolph also owns Cass Street Bar and Grill at 4612 Cass St., which he bought a couple of years ago and is gradually working on making improvements. 

Harry’s and the retail shop of Everett Stunz at 7545-7553 Girard Ave. will remain in place under the new owner of the 7,649 square-foot building, John F. Jaeger and Joanne S. Jaeger Revocable Trust and Christian M. Jaeger Irrevocable Trust.

Bill Shrader of Colliers International San Diego Region’s Urban Property Team represented the seller of both buildings, Rancho Girard, LLC. He also represented the buyer of the 6,411 square-foot building at 7527-7535 Girard Ave., YDNL, LLC. Tenants are Dewhurst & Associates and Salon Spruce.

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anonymous
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March 03, 2019
La Jollan's need to Patronise Local Businesses
anonmyous2
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March 04, 2019
I couldn't agree more. Coincidentally, the other night we were out for dinner with a retired surgeon who lives up on Soledad. After a few drinks his true sentiment about La Jolla businesses came out in one statement, that being, "they call all go f**k themselves". For a small business like ours whose been considering La Jolla as a potential retail entry point, i'm so disillusioned by the lack of loyalty or more so, the lack of any sense of care by those that could offer so much but chose not to. La Jolla is a ghost town reserved for the entitled who don't even know its a ghost town. Because, you know, we can all go f**k ourselves.

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