In-N-Out burger another step closer to opening in Colorado
In-N-Out Burger is one step closer to opening up in Colorado Springs. On Friday, the chain announced it officially closed on two parcels of land located at Westside Investment Partners' Victory Ridge.
The purchase marks the company's first land acquisition in Colorado. Colorado Springs will soon be home to an In-N-Out restaurant, office building and distribution facility.
"This is a day that In-N-Out aficionados here in Colorado have been waiting for, and we are ecstatic that In-N-Out chose Victory Ridge to put down roots in Colorado,” said Andrew Klein, a Principal with Westside, who purchased the overall Victory Ridge project in late 2016. Otis Moore, also a Principal with Westside, added “the fact that the In-N-Out team selected North Colorado Springs to mark their entrance into the Colorado market is a testament to the dynamic growth that is occurring in this corridor.”
The development plans are for a corner of Interquest Parkway and Federal Boulevard for the distribution center and office. The restaurant is planned for the corner of Interquest and Voyager.
Last time officials said they were hoping to have the distribution facility built by summer of 2020. The restaurant was expected by "late 2020." There was no new update on a projected timeline on Friday.