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Where was the first Starbucks in New York City?

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2007-12-26 21:52:43
2007-12-26 21:52:43

The first Starbucks store in New York City opened in April 1994 at 87th and Broadway. The exact address was 2379 Broadway. The location closed in August 2003. At 3000-square-feet, it was, at the time, the chain's largest store.

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