Starbucks Corp. is planning another re-worked coffeehouse in Seattle, with an all-new environmentally-friendly store design and an expanded menu including beer and wine that aims to build afternoon and evening traffic. The Starbucks store at 1600 East Olive Way in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle is targeted for the overhaul, the company said Friday. Efforts will include a new exterior and interior design that will aim for LEED certification to “reduce the store’s ...

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