Erin Udell, Fort Collins Coloradoan
Published 3:22 p.m. MT Dec. 16, 2019 | Updated 11:18 a.m. MT Dec. 27, 2019
A fast-food stop has said its final farewell to Fort Collins.
The Burger King at 4218 S. College Ave. permanently closed earlier this month after losing its lease, a note in the restaurant’s window read Monday.
Before it closed, the restaurant was one of four Fort Collins Burger King restaurants. The locations are all owned by Omni Restaurants, according to Larimer County property records. The 4218 S. College Ave. building was the only Fort Collins location not owned by the Lukas Family Limited Partnership, those records show.
The remaining locations include 2507 S. Shields St., 2101 S. Timberline Road and 1648 N. College Ave.
A manager at the Shields Street location referred the Coloradoan to the fast-food chain’s corporate office Monday. A representative from that office did not have a comment about the location closing.
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