COLORADO SPRINGS – In-N-Out Burger has closed on two parcels of land at the Victory Ridge development in North Colorado Springs. It’s the first land acquired by the California-based hamburger chain, according to Westside Investment Partners, Inc.
In-N-Out first announced plans to join the Victory Ridge project in late 2017. Along with a restaurant, development plans include a 97,900 square foot In-N-Out Burger distribution facility, and a 150,000 square foot office building.
Victory Ridge is located one-half mile east of the Interstate 25 and Interquest Parkway interchange. Along with up to 1.6 million square feet of commercial development, plans for 221 townhomes have been proposed, as well as the Field of Dreams regional sports complex.
So far there’s no word on when developers plan to break ground on the restaurant.