In-N-Out Burger still 2 years away from opening first Colorado location
The Double-Double isn’t here yet — but details of an animal-style entrance into Colorado are coming into focus.
In-N-Out Burger — which riled up local foodies late last year when it announced it was coming to the state — is still roughly two years away from serving its first legendary burger and fries in Colorado, said Carl Arena, the chain’s vice president of real estate and development.
The California-based chain will make its long-awaited splash in Colorado Springs in the summer of 2020, by way of a 100,000-square-foot distribution facility and a 150,000-square-foot office building — complete with a helipad, according to documents recently submitted to the city.
The first Colorado restaurant will open in Victory Ridge, a new mixed-use development in northeast Colorado Springs, documents show.
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