Plans are now firm for the construction of both a big distribution plant and restaurant outlet in Colorado that will be a part of the expanding In-N-Out Burger chain.
The 4,700 square foot restaurant, set to go up in Colorado Springs at the intersection of Voyager and Interquest parkways, will be the company’s first presence in the Centennial State.
The outlet is scheduled to be open for business by the fall of 2020.
Founded in Baldwin Park, California in 1948, the In-N-Out Burger company has been slow to build beyond its origin state, primarily due to its insistence that all of its meat must be fresh.
That standard means that In-N-Out Burger will begin work on a 100,000 square foot patty production and distribution center, also in Colorado Springs, later this year or in early 2020.
That facility, set for completion in late 2020, will go up on just over 20 acres inside the city’s Victory Ridge 153-acre mixed-use site.
With revenues in excess of $575 million in 2017, In-N-Out Burger has strict requirements for its outlet locations, with lots measuring no less than 45,000 square feet and buildings averaging around 3,800 square feet.
By Garry Boulard
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