Chanticleer signs Little Big Burger lease for Power + Light Building
Little Big Burger expands near its origins in Portland
Chanticleer Holdings executed a lease for a new Little Big Burger location. The 23rd restaurant, headed for the Portland Central Business District, signals continued Little Big Burger expansion in Oregon. The burger and fries concept, which is wholly-owned by Chanticleer, will have a new home in the famed historic Power + Light building. The popular and upscale development rises above Sixth Avenue and Taylor Street Southwest.
Opportunistically for Little Big Burger, this central spot is nestled near the Pioneer Courthouse and the Max Light Rail Station.
“We’re pleased to announce the signing of a new lease for our newest planned Little Big Burger, right in the heart of the brand’s birthplace, said Fred Glick, Chanticleer president. “We look forward to playing a part in the vibrant, creative and inclusive energy of Downtown Portland.”
Continued Little Big Burger expansion
Recently, Chanticleer opened a Little Big Burger in Lake Oswego near Portland. Chanticleer Holdings, a franchisor/owner of BGR, American Burger Company, Just Fresh and Hooters restaurants, eyes continued Little Big Burger expansion through company and franchise locations.
Fast-casual Little Big Burger aims to strike a hip culture with a growing cult-like following in the Pacific Northwest.
Photo credit: Little Big Burger
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