If I understand correctly, "there" can be a noun and thus be a subject or object. I therefore assume that it can also be a coreference like in the following example:
Slurpilicious is a fancy restaurant. I just had dinner there.
However, all the examples for coreferences mostly use persons and pronouns etc. as examples. I also assume that there's no difference to:
Slurpilicious is a fancy restaurant. I just had dinner at that place.
where "that place" is a coreference to Slurpilicious.