COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – In-N-Out Burger is coming to Colorado.
The California-based fast food chain with a cult-like following has plans to build its first Front Range location in Colorado Springs.
According to Glendale, Colorado-based Westside Investment Partners, In-N-Out is under contract to purchase property at the Victory Ridge mixed-use development at Interquest Parkway and Voyager Parkway.
A spokesperson for In-N-Out told Denver7, "We are working on plans to build a patty production facility and distribution center in Colorado Springs to support future restaurants in Colorado."
A future restaurant at that site is also in the works, according to Westside, but it's unclear when that would happen.
In-N-Out said it doesn't have a timeline for construction of either the distribution center or any future restaurants.
In-N-Out is known for its slow expansion process and the company said it's "excited to be in the early planning stages of its expansion to the state of Colorado."