In-N-Out Burger files major modification application for Arvada Marketplace location

Virtual neighborhood meeting scheduled for November 10

Staff Report
Posted 10/27/21

In-N-Out Burger has taken the first steps towards opening a location at the Arvada Marketplace shopping center. The popular west-coast burger chain, which expanded into Colo. In Dec. 2020, has filed …

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In-N-Out Burger files major modification application for Arvada Marketplace location

Virtual neighborhood meeting scheduled for November 10

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In-N-Out Burger has taken the first steps towards opening a location at the Arvada Marketplace shopping center. The popular west-coast burger chain, which expanded into Colo. In Dec. 2020, has filed an application for major modification with the City of Arvada and scheduled a neighborhood meeting for Nov. 10, at 5:30 p.m., on Zoom.

The request for major modification concerns of a portion of the Arvada Marketplace parking lot, located at the intersection of 52nd Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard. The request asks for the demolition of 1.25 acres of the parking area in the northwest corner of the shopping center.

In-N-Out's proposal calls for the development 3,879 square foot restaurant with indoor and outdoor seating, as well as a drive though. The restaurant would occupy a single-story building, which is included in the major modification request as a two-story building is required due to limitations on building heights within the Arvada Marketplace covenants.

The neighborhood meeting is the first step in the development process, as the proposal would need to be approved by both planning commission and city council to come to fruition. Dates for planning commission and city council hearings have not been set as of this time.

Project descriptions estimate that construction will take approximately six months. Galloway is listed as the developer on the application.

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