Starbucks has selected Dallas' Red Bird Mall (formerly Southwest Center Mall) for one of 15 stores it's opening in low- to medium-income neighborhoods across the U.S.

It's a project that is part of what the Seattle-based coffee giant has called its social impact investments. While the stores are part of efforts to rejuevenate business districts, the locations still have to be profitable, the company said. And city officials stressed that the business has to be successful.


By: Maria Halkias, Dallas Morning News
Date: Tuesday, May 23, 2017