Starbucks May Move into Halifax Ferry Terminal


HALIFAX — Starbucks coffee may be moving into Tim Hortons’ old retail space at the Halifax ferry terminal, pending approval by city council, according to the Chronicle Herald newspaper.

The retail space, owned by the city of Halifax through Metro Transit, has stood empty since Tim Hortons relocated to the former Perk’s Coffee shop located adjacent to the ferry terminal this past May.

According to the Chronicle, Starbucks, which offered the formal lease proposal, would pay $150 per square foot, or the equivalent of $45,000 a year, for the first five years of the lease.

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