In-N-Out Burger, the wildly popular and cult favorite California fast-food chain that is expanding to Colorado, has found its first location within the Denver city limits.
BusinessDen reports an early-stage development proposal was submitted recently to the city.
It calls for a 3,879-square-foot fast food restaurant on a 1.19-acre lot at the southwest corner of Central Park Boulevard and 46th Avenue, just north of Interstate 70.
It would be the eighth planned location from Colorado Springs to Fort Collins.
The documents submitted to the city don’t specifically name In-N-Out. But they were submitted by Greenwood Village-based Galloway & Co., which has previously submitted In-N-Out proposals to other Colorado cities, BusinessDen reports.
The other planned locations are:
- Aurora: 14150 E. Alameda Ave., at Town Center at Aurora
- Castle Rock: The west parking lot of The Outlets at Castle Rock
- Colorado Springs: The southeast corner of InterQuest and Voyager parkways
- Colorado Springs: The site of a former Outback Steakhouse northeast of Powers Boulevard and Constitution Avenue
- Fort Collins: 1700 S. College Ave.
- Lakewood: 150 S. Wadsworth Blvd., just north of Alameda Avenue
- Lone Tree: 9171 Westview Road, near Park Meadows mall