The teller line becomes a takeout lane

The former Wells Fargo branch at 4300 S. Laburnum Ave. (Photos by Mark Robinson)

The former Wells Fargo branch at 4300 S. Laburnum Ave. (Photos by Mark Robinson)

An Eastern Henrico property that used to dish out cash will now be slinging burgers and milkshakes.

Cook-Out purchased a former Wells Fargo branch at 4300 S. Laburnum Ave. near the Shops at White Oak Village. It will be the North Carolina-based fast food chain’s third Richmond location in less than three years.

Cook-Out paid $1.05 million for the one-acre property, according to Ellen Long, a broker for Taylor Long Properties. The deal closed May 15.

One of Cook-Out's two Richmond locations.

One of Cook-Out’s two Richmond locations.

Long represented Spectrum Partners, which sold the property at Laburnum Park shopping center. She said Cook-Out has renovations planned for the property.

Rob Heavener of Yorktown-based Retail Advisors represented Cook-Out in the deal. Neither he nor Jeremy Reaves, Cookout’s chief executive, responded to emails or phone calls by press time.

Cook-Out has more than 100 locations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. It opened in Richmond in late 2010 at 1415 Eastridge Road.

It took over a former Bullets restaurant at 4802 W. Broad St. in summer 2011 for its second local store.

The former Wells Fargo branch at 4300 S. Laburnum Ave. (Photos by Mark Robinson)

The former Wells Fargo branch at 4300 S. Laburnum Ave. (Photos by Mark Robinson)

An Eastern Henrico property that used to dish out cash will now be slinging burgers and milkshakes.

Cook-Out purchased a former Wells Fargo branch at 4300 S. Laburnum Ave. near the Shops at White Oak Village. It will be the North Carolina-based fast food chain’s third Richmond location in less than three years.

Cook-Out paid $1.05 million for the one-acre property, according to Ellen Long, a broker for Taylor Long Properties. The deal closed May 15.

One of Cook-Out's two Richmond locations.

One of Cook-Out’s two Richmond locations.

Long represented Spectrum Partners, which sold the property at Laburnum Park shopping center. She said Cook-Out has renovations planned for the property.

Rob Heavener of Yorktown-based Retail Advisors represented Cook-Out in the deal. Neither he nor Jeremy Reaves, Cookout’s chief executive, responded to emails or phone calls by press time.

Cook-Out has more than 100 locations in North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. It opened in Richmond in late 2010 at 1415 Eastridge Road.

It took over a former Bullets restaurant at 4802 W. Broad St. in summer 2011 for its second local store.

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John Lindner
John Lindner
9 years ago

If only they would keep the drive through tubes. Wouldn’t it be cool to have four lanes of drive through and get your burger shot to you?

Patrick Clark
Patrick Clark
9 years ago

The place is fantastic.