In-N-Out closes on Colorado Springs land

COLORADO SPRINGS — In-N-Out Burger has closed on two parcels of land in Colorado Springs, the first land acquisition the California burger chain has made in Colorado.

The land is located at the Victory Ridge mixed-use development. Westside Investment Partners Inc. owns Victory Ridge and was represented by CBRE’s Patrick Kerscher, Whitney Johnson and Jon Weisiger during the sale.

In-N-Out announced its plans to join Victory Ridge in 2017. A 21.9-acre parcel located at the corner of Interquest Parkway and Federal Boulevard will include a 97,900-square-foot distribution center and 150,000-square-foot office building. At a second parcel at the corner of Interquest and Voyager Parkways will be a 4,772-square-foot In-N-Out restaurant, the chain’s first retail store in the state.

“It’s exciting to see In-N-Out Burger moving forward with its plans at Victory Ridge,” said Whitney Johnson, an associate with CBRE in Colorado Springs, in a prepared statement. “It’s a testament to both the quality of development envisioned and executed by Westside and also the growing prominence of Colorado Springs as a dynamic, sought-after, thriving city.”

 

COLORADO SPRINGS — In-N-Out Burger has closed on two parcels of land in Colorado Springs, the first land acquisition the California burger chain has made in Colorado.

The land is located at the Victory Ridge mixed-use development. Westside Investment Partners Inc. owns Victory Ridge and was represented by CBRE’s Patrick Kerscher, Whitney Johnson and Jon Weisiger during the sale.

In-N-Out announced its plans to join Victory Ridge in 2017. A 21.9-acre parcel located at the corner of Interquest Parkway and Federal Boulevard will include a 97,900-square-foot distribution center and 150,000-square-foot office building. At a second parcel at the corner of Interquest and Voyager Parkways will be a 4,772-square-foot In-N-Out restaurant, the chain’s first retail store in the state.

“It’s exciting to see In-N-Out Burger moving forward with its plans at Victory Ridge,” said Whitney Johnson, an associate with CBRE in Colorado Springs, in a prepared statement. “It’s a testament to both the quality of development envisioned and executed by Westside and also the growing prominence of Colorado Springs as a dynamic, sought-after, thriving city.”