Contacting Starbucks

STARBUCKS LEGAL NOTICE ADDRESS
REPORTING AN EMERGENCY FOR A PHYSICAL ISSUE AT OR AROUND THE STORE – A ROOF LEAK, PLUMBING PROBLEM, SNOW REMOVAL REQUEST, ETC.
RESPONDING TO A NOTICE FROM STARBUCKS REGARDING A PHYSICAL ISSUE AT OR AROUND THE STORE – A ROOF LEAK, PLUMBING PROBLEM, SNOW REMOVAL REQUEST, ETC.
STARBUCKS CONTACT REGARDING ISSUES IN THE STORE – BUSINESS PRACTICES, HOURS OF OPERATION, PROPERTY MAINTENANCE, ETC.

 

Starbucks Store Number

Starbucks has thousands of stores — and you’d be surprised how similar street names and city names are across North America. For this reason, we use store number and 2 letter state abbreviations to differentiate stores (Store #0000-WA). Your lease may also have the store number in the notice address section if the store number was assigned prior to lease execution. Store number references can also be found on most Starbucks communications to landlords, including rent checks, estoppel certificates and legal notices we send once the store has opened. Using the store number and 2 letter state abbreviation in all correspondence with us will help ensure that your property is properly identified. If you would like help identifying your store number, please ask our team via email, financialleaseadmi@starbucks.com, be sure to include the address where the store is located.

As stated in your Lease, any demand, notice or declaration should be in writing and delivered in one of three ways:

  1. Via certified U.S. mail to the following address:

    Starbucks Corporation
    Attn: Financial Lease Administration
    Re: Starbucks Coffee Company Store # ________
    Mailstop S-RE3
    PO Box 34067
    Seattle, WA 98124-1067 USA
  2. Via nationally recognized overnight express mail (e.g., FedEx or UPS) to the following address:

    Starbucks Corporation
    Attn: Financial Lease Administration
    Re: Starbucks Coffee Company Store # ________
    Mailstop S-RE3
    2401 Utah Avenue South, Suite 800
    Seattle, WA 98134 USA
  3. In person at Starbucks corporate offices:

    2401 Utah Avenue South, Suite 800
    Seattle, WA 98134 USA

A copy of any default notice should also be sent to the Starbucks Law & Corporate Affairs Department at the same address, Mailstop S-LA1.

Reporting an Emergency for a Physical Issue at or Around the Store – a Roof Leak,

Plumbing Problem, Snow Removal Request, etc.

In all cases, our Facilities Call Center (FCC) is always the first place to start.  For emergencies that affect the physical condition of the store (such as flooding or fire), the FCC is available to take your call 24 hours a day, and will connect you with the appropriate operations person.

If the situation is less urgent or is related to leasing or financial issues, call or email the Financial Lease Administration during business hours (9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pacific Time).  You’ll be put in contact with the right Starbucks partner.

  • Contact your Facilities Service Manager

Responding to a Notice from Starbucks Regarding a Physical Issue at or Around the Store – a Roof Leak, Plumbing Problem, Snow Removal Request, etc.

Please call the Facilities Contact Center (FCC) and you’ll be connected with the right Starbucks partner to discuss the issue. If you are entitled to reimbursement from Starbucks for a specific repair, please WAIT TO BEGIN WORK ON REPAIRS until you have received a work order number from Starbucks for the issue.  This will protect any reimbursement rights that you may be entitled to according to the Lease.  We cannot take financial responsibility for repairs or replacement of items that have not been agreed to prior to work beginning.

  • Contact your Facilities Service Manager

Starbucks Contact Regarding Issues in the Store – Business Practices, Hours of Operation, Property Maintenance, etc.

Please call the Facilities Contact Center (FCC) and you’ll be connected with the right Starbucks partner to discuss your issue.

  • Contact your Facilities Service Manager
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