The Springfield KFC was recently sold but remain open.

Springfield KFC restaurant sold for $2 million

A Springfield KFC restaurant has a new owner after a $2 million transaction, according to Clark County records.

The business at 2407 E. Main St. was previously owned by a limited liability company called Triple Net Properties, according to information from the Clark County Auditor’s Office. The store was purchased for slightly more than $2 million in September. Auditor’s records show Triple Net Properties purchased the site earlier this year for $1.6 million.

Michelle Doebele, a spokeswoman at KBP Investments, confirmed her company purchased the Springfield restaurant but provided few additional details.

KBP Foods is headquartered in Overland Park, Kan.

“I can confirm that KBP Foods acquired this KFC location recently, and we will continue to operate it as a KFC restaurant,” she said in an email to the News-Sun.


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