According to a recent permit filing, a new Starbucks could be on its way to Columbus. The permit details information for Starbucks signage to be installed at the corner of High St and Chittenden Ave, at 1636 N High St, which is a space that formerly housed Trism, a coffeehouse, bar and live event space.
While the building permit filing didn’t elaborate on the projected scope of work or the square footage of the space, since the location was the home of a former coffeehouse, it seems to be an ideal spot for a Starbucks. The area of North High is near the OSU campus and Short North, making it a walkable, bustling area perfect for a coffee shop.
The iconic, Seattle based coffee chain serves drip coffee, espresso drinks, teas and a selection of pastries like cookies, cake pops and chocolate croissants, as well as breakfast and lunch options. Many stores feature hours that extend beyond that of most coffee shops, opening in time for customers to grab their morning brew before work, as well as service hours that stretch into the evening, making it a boon for busy students looking for a place to grab a coffee and study.