Boulder Planning Board declines to call up Shake Shack proposal

BOULDER — Boulder’s Planning Board declined an opportunity to scrutinize a plan to build a new Shake Shack restaurant at the Twenty Ninth Street mall.

By not opting to call up the proposal, the board will allow the restaurant’s proposal to move forward as is.

Plans filed with the city’s planning department show Shake Shake intends to demolish the roughly 6,000-square-foot Cantina Laredo building at 1680 29th St.

The new restaurant will “be roughly 3,500 square feet and will feature a large outdoor patio,” a company spokesperson told BizWest late last year.

The Boulder Shake Shack is expected to open this year.

Shake Shack launched in New York and has expanded across the country in the past 15 years. There are nearly 200 Shake Shack locations in 26 states.

Colorado locations in Denver and Highlands Ranch opened this year, and a third restaurant is expected to open in 2019 at Denver International Airport.

 

BOULDER — Boulder’s Planning Board declined an opportunity to scrutinize a plan to build a new Shake Shack restaurant at the Twenty Ninth Street mall.

By not opting to call up the proposal, the board will allow the restaurant’s proposal to move forward as is.

Plans filed with the city’s planning department show Shake Shake intends to demolish the roughly 6,000-square-foot Cantina Laredo building at 1680 29th St.

The new restaurant will “be roughly 3,500 square feet and will feature a large outdoor patio,” a company spokesperson told BizWest late last year.

The Boulder Shake Shack is expected to open this year.

Shake Shack launched in New York and has expanded across the country in the past 15 years. There are nearly 200 Shake Shack locations in 26 states.

Colorado locations in Denver and Highlands Ranch opened this year, and a third restaurant is expected to open in 2019 at Denver International Airport.