The wait is almost over for Davison residents as Starbucks plans to open a new location this year.

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Rumors about Starbucks coming to Davison have been circulating for quite some time now. It was believed that the new coffee shop would open last summer, but that didn't happen.

Where Will Starbucks Be Located in Davison?

Many people thought the new Starbucks shop would be located in Davison Township on the same corner of Irish and Lapeer near Dairy Queen and the Detroit Wing Company plaza. While it will be near the same intersection, it won't be located there.

Starbucks will be in front of the Meijer complex next to Financial Plus Credit Union, near the intersection of Lapeer and Irish roads.

According to MLive, a 4,928 square-foot plaza is being built, owned by Alrig USA, and one of the leases on their website is Starbucks along with Doctors of Physical Therapy.

Alrig USA Development
Alrig USA Development


When is Starbucks Opening in Davison Township?

It's unclear right now when the new location will officially open its doors as there isn't even an actual building yet. The building is currently under construction, but more than likely, it will open up sometime this summer.

Of course, if you can't wait for the new location to open and you need your Starbucks fix now, you can always visit the one that's located inside VG's in Davison.

The first-ever Starbucks opened in Seattle in 1971.

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