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Slim Chickens Purchases Lot at Victory Ridge in Colorado Springs

Fast-casual restaurant chain Slim Chickens is opening its first location in the Colorado Springs market at Victory Ridge, the 153-acre mixed-use development located off Interstate 25 and Interquest Parkway.

Whitney Johnson, Patrick Kerscher and Jon Weisiger with CBRE are marketing Victory Ridge for retail opportunities and represented the developer, Westside Investment Partners, in the property sale that closed Feb. 4.

“Interquest Parkway is seeing significant residential and employment growth. Slim Chickens choosing this location for its entrance into the Colorado Springs market is a testament to the energy and momentum fueling this retail corridor,” said Whitney Johnson, senior associate with CBRE’s Retail Services in Colorado Springs.

The lot purchased at Victory Ridge totals 41,438 square feet and is located right along Interquest Parkway. Plans for the proposed location include a drive-thru and patio as well as 40 parking spaces.

David M. Block, president of Block & Company, Inc., Realtors, a Kansas City-based commercial real estate company, in conjunction with Zachary Albrecht of The Zall Company, a Denver-based firm, represented Slim Chickens in the transaction. The team procured the sale of the franchise between Slim Chickens Corporate and L.O.V.E. Restaurant Group.

This is the second Slim Chickens location in Colorado, with another restaurant recently opened in Aurora. Slim Chickens opened its first store in Fayetteville, Ark., in February 2003. Since then, the chain has opened more than 100 stores, including international locations.

“We enjoyed working with the Slim Chickens’ team on this transaction and are looking forward to another unique offering in the Victory Ridge community,” added Otis Moore, principal with Westside Investments Partners.

Victory Ridge is also currently under construction for In-N-Out Burger’s new distribution facility, scheduled to deliver later this year. Icon Cinema, a luxury theater brand that opened at Victory Ridge in November 2017, has begun construction on its 15th screen, which will be 100-ft. wide serving 400 seats. In addition, upon completion the larger Victory Ridge complex is slated to include an In-N-Out retail location, Class A office space, a 1,100-car parking garage, 221 townhomes, medical office space and a hotel.

CBRE is also currently pre-leasing a 13,286-square-foot, multi-tenant retail building at Victory Ridge that will start construction in Q2 2020.

Rendering courtesy of CBRE

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