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The incoming In-N-Out will be located at 4597 Central Park Blvd, Denver, CO 80238 — a block north of Interstate 70 in Denver’s Central Park neighborhood — according to 9 News. While the company has not announced a debut date, it’s speculated that the currently under-construction establishment will open within eight months.
An official statement from Assistant Vice President of Real Estate and Development, Mike Abbate, reads as follows:
“We are working on a site at 4597 N. Central Park Boulevard in Denver and we are very enthusiastic about the opportunity there. That said, the location is still very early [in] the construction process, so it would be premature to comment on a timeline or anything like a potential opening date. Once we do begin construction, it usually takes us 8 months to build a restaurant and open it for business. We definitely look forward to having this great location to serve our customers.”
The incoming Denver location will be Colorado’s eighth In-N-Out, with the seven other stores located in Lakewood (1), Lone Tree (1), Colorado Springs (2), Aurora (1), Thornton (1), and Castle Rock (1). While the popular burger joint is born and based in California, a 97,900-square-foot distribution facility resides in Colorado Springs.
The restaurant’s website explains of the space, “Coloradoans get double the reason to celebrate on November 20 , as the state’s first two In-N-Out restaurants open on the same day in Colorado Springs and Aurora. Because of a rigorous commitment to quality and freshness, a brand new warehouse and patty-making facility also are underway in Colorado Springs. This ensures that these new restaurants, and others that will follow, can guarantee the freshest, highest quality foods.”
In-N-Out’s inaugural operation opened in 1948 in Baldwin Park. It was the first drive-thru hamburger stand in California. The no-more-than ten-square-feet establishment was the brainchild of Harry and Esther Snyder. Today, the Animal Style-originator offers one of the most popular and talked-about menus in the country.