This Mid-Century Modern Drive-In was constructed in 1964 for Sandy's Drive-In. Sandy's was a chain founded in 1958; and by 1972, they had 240 locations. In that year, they merged with Hardee's. This building was both a Sandy's and a Hardee's. The buildings were very unique roadside architecture, with many of them constructed along highways or main streets in cities. This drive-in was constructed between the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and the Seminary South Shopping Center. By the 1980's, Hardee's closed and the building was converted into a laundromat, and it still serves as such today.