COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (The Gazette) - In-N-Out Burger is getting closer to being more in than out in Colorado Springs.
The ultra-popular California chain's first Colorado restaurant will be built squarely on the southeast corner of InterQuest and Voyager parkways in the Victory Ridge mixed-use development on the Springs' far north side, according to documents submitted to city planners this week.
In-N-Out announced in November it would expand to Colorado. Officials of Westside Investment Partners, Victory Ridge's suburban Denver developer, said its project was chosen for the chain's first state restaurant, along with a distribution and patty production facility and offices. The restaurant, however, won't open until 2020, they have said.
The Springs will serve as In-N-Out's regional headquarters, Westside officials said. Victory Ridge, which covers 153 acres southeast of InterQuest and Voyager, is a short drive to Interstate 25 and enables In-N-Out to reach markets along the Front Range and into Wyoming and New Mexico.
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