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Starbucks Opens First LEED-Certified Store in Downtown Disney District, California

by , 03/11/14
filed under: Architecture, gallery



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Millions of guests visiting the Disneyland Resort in California this year will have the opportunity to relax and recharge in the new Starbucks store that opened yesterday. The new store features a large patio organized around an old growth tree and built entirely from reclaimed wood, as well as technology and content designed to create an immersive, interactive experience. According to the company, the store will offer some of the rarest coffees available as part of the Starbucks Reserve coffee line and Clover brewing system.

Related: 8 Questions with Starbucks Global Responsibility VP Ben Packard

Starbucks opened its first store at a Disney resort in 2009 in Paris and it earned the LEED platinum certification. Following the one in Anaheim, over the next year the company will open an additional Starbucks-operated location in Downtown Disney at the Disneyland Resort, two Starbucks-operated locations at Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World Resort and two Disney-operated locations at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Disney Hollywood Studios at the Walt Disney World Resort.

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Related: MICKEY MOUSE SUSTAINABLE FARMING at Disney EPCOT

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