The recent move of the downtown Naperville Starbucks to a larger location led to a quick mention of the numbers of Starbucks’ location in the suburb:
A favorite place to stop for coffee is on the go in Naperville as two of the 11 Starbucks stores in the city are preparing to move.
Naperville has collected many accolades over the last two decades (see earlier posts here, here, and here) and this may be another one: having this many Starbucks suggests the community has a certain level of wealth and quality of life. Certain businesses can set a community apart and many suburbs would love to have multiple Starbucks not just for the money they generate (think of the drip, drip, drip of sales tax revenues) but for the prestige they confer.
Here are the locations according to Google Maps:
Not surprisingly, the majority are located along major transportation corridors: Route 59, Ogden Avenue, and 75th Street.
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In Manhattan’s Financial District, Fulton Street between Nassau and Broadway has a Starbucks on either side of the road, about fifty feet along the block from each other.
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