In-N-Out Burger is a step closer to breaking ground in Colorado


COLORADO SPRINGS — According to Pikes Peak Regional Building Department, the popular California burger chain got the building permit approved Wednesday for a 19.5 million dollar distribution plant.

Now this makes In-N-Out one step closer to expanding their foot print in Colorado.

PPRBD said the company has not applied for a permit for the restaurant yet.

In-N-Out made the announcement in late 2017 to put a restaurant in on the north side of Colorado Springs.

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