The BJC Group recently completed a two-part renovation of the old Bank of America building in Bremerton. In its place is a new Starbucks store. Courtesy of the BJC Group

The BJC Group recently completed a two-part renovation of the old Bank of America building in Bremerton. In its place is a new Starbucks store. Courtesy of the BJC Group

New Starbucks opened earlier this summer in Bremerton

The BJC Group recently completed a two-part renovation of the old Bank of America building

  • Monday, August 12, 2019 10:28am
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A new Starbucks opened earlier this summer in the former Bank of America building on 6th Street and Warren Avenue in Bremerton.

The BJC Group, a general contractor based in Port Orchard, recently completed a two-part remodel on the building space. The contractor partnered with the owner of the building to acquire a new Starbucks and to attract potential future tenants by updating the building and adding energy efficiency and life safety systems throughout, according to a news release.

The new Starbucks includes a drive-thru feature.

The list of Starbucks locations in Kitsap County continues to grow. A new location on Mile Hill Drive is now being readied to open later this summer.

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