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U.S. Retailer Updates

Many retailers have announced temporary closures, adjusted hours, or precautions imposed in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and to keep their employees and communities safe.

Below is a list of major retailer updates and announcements:


Remains open. Recommended that stores temporarily close from midnight to 5 a.m. to provide store associates ample time to clean and re-stock. 

24 Hour Fitness

Reopening locations in the state of Texas.

Abercrombie & Fitch (Abercrombie Kids, Hollister Co.)

Stores are starting to reopen.

Academy Sports

Stores remain open with curbside delivery. Store hours will continue to be 10am to 7pm Monday through Saturday and 11am – 7pm.

ACE Hardware 

Store remain open with order online and curbside pickup.


Stores remain closed.

Albertsons Companies

Remains open and have begun implementing Social Distancing protocols across all 2,200+ stores. 


Store remain closed. Has filed for creditor protection. 


Temporarily closing stores (March 15-27)

Allen Edmonds

Stores remain closed until further notice.


To protect customers shopping in their physical retail stores, Amazon has enhanced their daily cleaning procedures and are implementing additional nightly cleaning. 

AMC Theaters

Some locations have reopened based on the latest guidance and state and local orders. Seat capacity levels are reduced. 

American Eagle Outfitters (Aerie)

Stores are reopening in some areas, and offering free In-store and curbside pickup.

Ancient Greek Sandals

Temporarily closing stores 

Apple Stores / iTunes

Plans to reopen 25 stores during the week of May 17. Will implement temperature check and mandatory masks.


Stores remain closed to dining with special hours in effect for online ordering at some locations. 


Boutiques remain closed until further notice.​

Ascena Retail Group (Ann Taylor, LOFT, and Lou & Grey, Lane Bryant, Catherines and Cacique, Justice)

Stores remain closed.


Locations remain closed in the U.S. and Canada.

AT&T Wireless

AT&T plans to help customers stay connected throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by waiving late payment fees that any wireless, home phone or broadband residential or small business customer may incur because of economic hardship related to the coronavirus pandemic.


Effective March 21st, temporarily changing hours of operations for most stores. With the exception of hub stores and mega hub stores, stores will open at either 7:30 a.m. or 8:00 a.m. and close at 7:30 p.m. 


Stores are temporarily closed. 


Temporarily closing stores

Barry's Bootcamp

Temporarily closing stores and Red Rooms

Bass Pro (Cabela's)

Locations are offering free curbside pick-up. Limiting the store capacity to accommodate 50 customers or less at one time.

Bed, Bath & Beyond (BuyBuy Baby)

Remains closed until further notice.

Best Buy

Stores reopen with about 200 U.S. stores in May, and will begin offering an in-store consultation service in addition to contactless curbside service at all locations.

Big Lots

Stores remain open with special emphasis on grocery, cleaning, pet, and health and wellness assortments.

BJ's Wholesale Club

Stores remain open. following recommendations from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and state and local authorities 

Bloomin' Brands Inc. (Outback, Bonefish Grill, Carrabba's Italian Grille, Aussie Grill, Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar)

Dining rooms are starting to safely open at limited capacity and hours to comply with state and local regulations. 


Temporarily closing all Brahmin Boutiques and Brahmin Outlet stores until further notice.

Buck Mason

All Buck Mason stores will close beginning March 13

Buffalo Wild Wings

Stores remain open for takeout and delivery.

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Stores remain closed until further notice.


Stores will begin to open in states that begin to lift their restrictions. Will enforce strict social distancing protocol. 

Calvin Klein

Stores remain closed until further notice.

Canada Goose

Stores remain closed until further notice.


Stores remain closed. 


In the coming weeks, some restaurants will open doors for carry-out. Not opening dining room seating or playgrounds just yet. Contactless ordering and asking guests to practice social distancing as they wait in line. 


Stores remain https://stores.chicos.com/?page=1&storesPerPage=6closed in North America. 

Chipolte Mexican Grill

Announced 3/18 a national delivery partnership with Uber Eats Today; users can leave a note in the app for "no-contact" deliveries. Deliveries also feature a new, tamper- evident packaging seal to help ensure food is untouched during delivery. 

Christmas Tree Shops

Stores remain closed until further notice.

Cineplex Entertainment

Will continue to take the lead from government and public health authorities and will reopen theaters when they announce it is safe to do so. 


Stores are reopening based on local guidelines.


Stores remain closed. Offering pick up and virtual shopping experience.


Stores remain open. Effective Monday, May 4, most U.S. locations and  gas stations will return to regular operating hours. 

Crate & Barrel

Store remain closed in U.S. and Canada.


Temporarily closed all company-owned retail and outlet locations in North America until further notice. 


Some locations have reopened based on the latest guidance and state and local orders. 

CVS Health Corporation

Stores remain open and they are supporting employees in locations such as stores, mail service pharmacies, call centers and distribution centers with guidance and resources to help protect their health while at work. In partnership with Walmart, Walgreens, Target, Google and others, CVS is working with the federal government to provide public access to additional coronavirus testing.

David's Tea

Made the decision to temporarily close all of North American retail locations until further notice. 

Defense Commissary Agency

They have cancelled all events in stores until May. There will be 100% I.D. card checks at the entrance of all stores and no visitors will be allowed entrance.


Stores remain closed until further notice.

Destination XL

Have opened 100 stores and are implementing contactless curbside pickup. 

Dick's Sporting Goods

Stores remain closed. Curbside pickup available at some locations. 

Dickey's Barbecue Restaurants Inc. 

Launched a fully optimized for mobile users and features a seamless online ordering process and enhanced location services.


Have begun to reopen store stores. 

Dine Brands Global

Applebees temporarily closed after employee possibly exposed to COVID-19.

Discount Tire

Increased sanitization of employees' hands; no shaking hands with customers; limit on large groups; showroom chairs spaced 6 ft apart; providing 14 days paid leave if staffers or their family members test positive and have to self-quarantine.


Closing all Disney Stores beginning March 17.

Dollar General

Stores are open. Installing sneeze guards across the chain. Modified hours for seniors shoppers to shop early.

Dollar Tree (Family Dollar)

Store remain open. Safety measure have been implemented.

Domino's Pizza

Contactless delivery has been introduced.

Dr. Martens

All stores in the US are closed until further notice.


Some stores have begun to reopen across the U.S. and Canada. 


Stores remain closed. 


Closed retail stores until the shelter-in-place mandate is lifted in New York and California. 


Expects to reopen approximately 300 of its stores before Memorial Day in accordance with the latest federal and state guidelines, and with adherence to new health and safety protocols.

First Watch Restaurants Inc. 

A few restaurants remain open, but invite customers to place orders online.

Five Below

Stores have begun to reopen in accordance with federal, state and local ordinances.

Foot Locker, Inc. (Foot Locker, Champ Sports, Footaction)

Stores in North America will be begin reopening slowly and on a rolling basis as local government and health officials lift their 'stay at home' orders. 

Forever 21: 

Some locations have reopened.


Closing all stores in North America, as well as a substantial number in Europe, through March 28 while continuing to pay the stores teams.


Some loactions are open and providing Delivery@Door picking up.


Stores are temporarily closed. 

Giant Eagle

Hours cut to 7am-10pm daily.


Temporarily closing. 


Temporarily closing boutiques and GODIVA Cafés in North America.

Gold Gym's

Most locations remain closed. Filed for Chapter 11 in early May. 


Stores open with curbside and in-store pickup.


Some locations have opened. Offering curbside pickup and shipment. 

Guess (Marciano)

Select stores are reopening. Offering curbside pickup. 


Some stores have reopened.


Some stores have reopened. Implementing continuous enhanced cleaning and safety protocols based on guidelines provided by the CDC and U.S. government. Check store status. 

Hobby Lobby Stores

The stores will remain closed until further notice.

Hudson's Bay

Stores remain closed until further notice.


Gradually rolling-out Click & Collect for curbside customer order pick-ups at select stores

Indigo Books & Music

Stores remain closed.

J. Crew

Store to reopen as public health restrictions lift despite the Chapter 11 announcement. 

J.C. Penney Company

Gradually reopening stores in a phased approach that is based on the latest guidance and state and local orders. On May 15, filed for Chapter 11 and will close some stores permanently.  


Stores are temporarily closed. 

Jack in the Box 

Allowing customers to enter some restaurants to purchase and pick up take-out orders. Restrooms and dining room seating will remain closed until further notice. 


Stores across North America will remain closed until it is safe to reopen. 

Just Salad LLC 

Selling groceries and offering a grocery delivery service for nearby residents.

Kendra Scott

Closings stores. The company will donate 50 percent of all proceeds from its Everlyne Bracelet to Feeding America's COVID-19 response fund, which is aiding food banks as they support communities impacted by the pandemic.


Temporarily closing stores. 


Stores to reopen using a phased reopening strategy. 

L Brands (Victoria's Secret, Pink, Bath & Body Works)

Some locations can reopen. Will provide reusable or disposable masks to all associates who require one. Will continue to monitor state requirements for other locations and developing guidance to meet those requirements. 

L.L. Bean

Select retail and outlet stores now open


Temporarily closing boutiques for a two-week period. During this time, boutique associates will continue to be compensated for their scheduled work hours.

LA Fitness

Locations remain closed.

La Vie en Rose

Stores remain closed.

Lands' End

All retail stores in the U.S. will remain temporarily closed.


A selection of stores are open with reduced hours. Monday to Saturday, 12pm - 6pm.

Levi Strauss & Co. 

Stores remain closed until further notice.

Lilly Pulitzer

Stores remain temporarily closed.

Lowe's Company

Will be closing all stores at 7 p.m. daily to ensure additional time to replenish essential products and thoroughly clean and sanitize our stores daily.

Lord & Taylor

Temporarily closed. 

Louis Vitton

Reopened stores at selected locations.


Stores remain closed. 

Lush Cosmetics 

Temporarily closed. Reopenings will be decided on a case-by-case basis for each store, and may happen in stages. At the moment, some stores will be able to offer contactless pickup options.


Have temporarily closed all free-standing  stores in the U.S. and Canada.  

Macy's (Bloomingdales, Blue Mercury)

Most stores will remain closed, but plan to open store stores over 6-8 weeks. 


Stores remain temporarily closed. 

Mark and Graham 

Temporarily closing all U.S. and Canada stores through April 2. 


Restaurants will remain open for as long as it is safe to do so. All restaurants will close seating areas and temporarily move to being takeaway, Drive Thru and McDelivery only. Adhering to local and federal mandates.


Stores remain temporarily closed.

Michaels Companies Inc.

Implementing curbside pickup and introducing out same-day contactless delivery for orders placed at select stores prior to 1:00 p.m. 


Closing all retail locations. 

My Tell Tale

Announced the temporary closure of all retail stores across North America for the next two weeks.

Neighborhood Goods

Temporarily closing. 

Neiman Marcus Group

Stores remain closed.

New Balance

Stores remain closed.


Nike owned and operated stores will remain temporarily closed in multiple countries around the world. 

Nordstrom (Nordstrom Rack)

Reopened stores at selected locations. (Closing Jeffrey boutique concept).

Office Depot and OfficeMax

Stores are open and have curbside and in-store pick-up. Will  implement a restructuring plan includes closing and/or consolidating  some distribution facilities and retail stores.

Olive Garden

Plans to reopen roughly 65% of dining rooms by the end of May. Will continue to offer Carside Pickup and next-day delivery in all locations. 

O'Reilly Auto Parts

Stores remain open. Increased housekeeping and sanitization efforts in stores, distribution centers, and corporate office. 


Locations remain closed. Conducting online sessions. 

Outdoor Voices

Temporarily closing. 

Panera Bread Company

In addition to standard offering, also offering a high-demand pantry items for contactless delivery service.

Paper Source

Stores remain temporarily closed.

Paragon Sports

Temporarily closed.

Party City

Stores remain temporarily closed.


Temporarily shut down all operations in North America, including orders on the website.


Stores are open


Store are open. They have expanded Buy Online, Pick Up in Store capabilities and launched a curbside pick-up program. 

Pier 1

Pier 1 announced on May 19, 2020 that it has filed a motion seeking court approval to begin an orderly wind-down of the company’s retail operations as soon as reasonably possible after store locations are able to reopen following mandated closures during the COVID-19 pandemic. The Company expects to continue serving customers in its stores through early fall 2020. Store closing dates will vary by location.

Potbelly Corporation

Offering contactless pick-up at all shops when ordering ahead through app. Working closely with delivery drivers and partners to ensure safety guidelines are met.

Publix Super Markets

Adjusted store hours to better serve customers, give store teams time to conduct additional preventive sanitation and restock product on shelves. 

Ralph Lauren

Temporarily closed all North American locations through April 1. All team members impacted by the closure will receive their standard pay for the full two weeks. 


Temporarily closing. 

Regal Cinemas/United Artists Theaters

Some locations have reopened based on the latest guidance and state and local orders. 


All of REI's 162 retail stores and Arizona Adventure Center are closed until further notice 

Rent the Runway 

All stores closed due to COVID-19. 

Ross Stores

Stores remain closed. 

Saks Fifth Avenue (Saks Off 5th)

Stores remain closed across the U.S. and Canada. 


Reducing hours.

Sephora (LVMH) 

Reopening stores in phases, starting with more than 70 locations on May 22. 


Stores remain open, but reduced the operating hours. Orders must be called-in to your local store and they will provide curbside pickup. *Subject to state and local restrictions.

Shinola Detroit

Stores remain closed until further notice.

Signet Jewelers (Kay Jewelers, Zales, Jared, James Allen, Peoples and Piercing Pagoda)

Temporarily closing all stores in North America. 


Temporarily closed. 


Locations will remain closed. Will evaluate the safety of reopening studios in each market.


Enhanced in-store cleaning and sanitization processes. 

Sprout's Farmers Market

Postponed opening of its Silverdale and Seattle stores. 


Stores will be open Monday–Friday, 10 am–6 pm (on Mondays and Fridays, opening early for seniors and those with underlying health issues from 9 am–10 am). On Saturday, 12 pm–5 pm and closed on Sunday. Providing curbside pickup so customers don’t have to enter our stores if they prefer not to.  Available in most locations.


Stores to reopen but will be determined on a store-by-store basis. 

Stein Mark 

Temporarily close through March 31. 

Stop & Shop

As of March 19th, all Stop & Shop stores will open earlier in order to service only customers who are age 60 and over from 6:00a.m.-7:30a.m. daily.


Locations have reopened. Some services have been suspended. 

Tailored Brands (Men's Warehouse, Jos. A. Banks, K&G Fashion Superstore)

Store to reopen in phased reopening strategy in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines in the U.S. Expects to open approximately 300 stores by Memorial Day, with the first stores opening in Georgia and Texas in early May.


Stores remain closed


Implementing drive Up and Order Pickup services from stores.

The Body Shop

Stores remain closed.

The Buckle

Stores remain temporarily closed.

The Cheesecake Factory

Locations remain open for pick up, curbside service or delivery.

The Children's Place (Gymboree)

Select stores are now open.

The Container Store

Some stores temporarily closed and implementing contactless curbside pickup. ​

The Fresh Market Inc. 

Starting Tuesday, April 14, requiring all guests to wear protective face coverings. Has temporarily changed store hours of operation for some locations to 8 AM – 9 PM, seven days a week.

The Gap (Old Navy, Banana Republic, Athleta, Hill City)

Prepares to open up to 800 stores before the end of May.

The Home Depot

Stores will be closing at 6 p.m. daily until further notice. Store opening hours remain unchanged.

The Kroger Co.

Stores remain open. Will provide a one-time bonus to every hourly frontline grocery, supply chain, manufacturing and customer service associate, amounting to $300 for every full-time associate and $150 for every part-time associate.

The Vitamin Shoppe

Stores open with curbside and in-store pickup.

Tiffany & Co. 

Closing all U.S. and Canada stores as well as other locations globally. 


Stores remain temporarily closed.

TJX Companies (Marshalls, Home Goods, Sierra, Home Sense)

Will reopen stores and e-commerce websites with health and safety remaining a very important consideration.

Tommy Hilfiger 

Will re-open stores with increased safety measures put in place. 

Tractor Supply Co. 

Stores are staying open with adjusted hours. Offering contactless curbside delivery for buy online, pickup in store orders. Stores have dedicated an exclusive shopping on Wednesdays from 8 a.m. to 9 a.m., for high-risk customers and seniors 60 and older.

Tuesday Morning

Select locations have reopened. Filed chapter 11 and will close some stores permanently. 

Tuft & Needle 

Closing all stores. 

Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance 

Have reopened approximately 180 stores, and several of those offer hair services in the salons. Launched Curbside Pickup, which is now available at more than 700 locations and will be opening at many more stores in the coming weeks.

Under Armor

Extension of current store closures until further notice.


Stores are open in select locations for online order contactless store pick-up.


Select locations have reopened. By appointment. 

Urban Outfitters (Anthroplogie, Free People Terrain, BHLDN,The Vetri Group. )

Temporarily closed

Van Heusen (IZOD)

Stores remain temporarily closed.

Vans "Off the Wall" 

Stores will be closed through May 4 in the U.S. and Canada.

Verizon Wireless

Verizon will waive late fees and keep residential and small business customers connected if negatively impacted by global crisis. 

VF Corp (Icebreaker, Smartwool, The North Face, Timberland, Dickies, Red Kap, Terra)

Stores remain temporarily closed.

Vineyard Vines

Stores remain temporarily closed.

Wakefern (ShopRite, The Fresh Grocer, Price Rite Marketplace, Dearborn Market and Gourmet Garage)

Major hiring push to fill a variety of positions due to the increase in demand resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Five retail banners – ShopRite, The Fresh Grocer, Price Rite Marketplace, Dearborn Market and Gourmet Garage as of April 1.


Most locations, including 24-hour stores, will now be open from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. (local times) during weekdays until further notice.  These store hours will also apply to weekends, while pharmacy hours on weekends will largely remain the same. 


From March 24 to April 28, stores will host a senior shopping hour every Tuesday for customers age 60 and older who may be more vulnerable. This will start one hour before the store opens. 

Warby Parker

Starting May 14, will reopen a small number of stores where a safe shopping experience can be ensured.

Wegman's Food Market

Temporarily changing hours of operation to better serve customers and communities. The Brooklyn, NY store, Woodmore, MD store, and New Jersey stores are open 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. All other stores in New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Massachusetts, Virginia, and North Carolina stores are open from 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.

White Castle Management Co

Drive-thrus are open and you can also order from delivery partners. Providing complimentary meals to healthcare workers.

White House Black Market

Temporary closure of all stores across North America for the next two weeks.

Williams-Sonoma (Pottery Barn, PB/Apartment, Pottery Barn Kids, Pottery Barn Teen, West Elm, Rejuvenation, Mark & Graham)

Stores remain closed. Extended temporary closure of U.S. and Canada stores through May 17, 2020 in locations where retail restrictions have not been lifted. 

WinCo Foods

WinCo Foods is evaluating hours locally to safely restock and clean.

Yankee Candle

Stores remain closed.

Yum! Brands

Has further strengthened its already stringent hygiene, cleaning and sanitation procedures and has shifted to low-contact options for customers around the world: Contactless delivery


Some stores have reopened, but some stores will remain closed. 


Stores remain closed.

Ala Moana: Honolulu, Hawaii

Announced that it would reopen 5/15. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). The food court seating will remain closed. Food court tenants that reopen will be available for carryout only. New measures to help ensure the health and safety for all who enter the mall include hand-sanitizing stations, touch-free interactions, frequent and intense cleanings and social distancing directions.

American Dream Mall: East Rutherford, New Jersey

The mall will remain closed until further notice. As part of this closure, scheduled preview opening of DreamWorks Water Park and various retailers on March 19, 2020 at American Dream is being postponed. 

Anderson Mall: Anderson, South Carolina 

Announced 4/23 that it would reopen 4/24, with reduced hours of 11 am-7 pm, Mon.-Sat., and noon-6 pm Sun. Planned reopening dates for individual tenants may vary. Guests are encouraged to call ahead and to follow along on Instagram (@ShopAnderson), as well as on Facebook (@AndersonMallSC) for the most up-to-date information.  

Arbor Place: Douglasville, Georgia

Starting 5/1, open 11 am-7 pm, Mon.-Saturday, noon-6 pm Sunday. Individual store and restaurant hours and operations may vary, so guests should call ahead to confirm an individual tenant's hours. More details available on the company Website.

Arden Mall: Sacramento, California

Announced that, through 6/30, select retailers would offer curbside pickup. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Certain restaurants offer takeout dining, as well.  The center interior remains closed.

Ashland Town Center Mall: Ashland, Kentucky

Announced on 3/23 that as of that day, it would be closed until further notice.

Aventura Mall: Aventura, Florida

Starting 5/21, the mall will be open reduced hours: 11am – 7pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon– 6pm (Sun). It will provide daily updates on hours of operation as they are adjusted. Individual retailer and restaurant openings vary. There will be four Aventura Mall To Go locations, in addition to the curbside options that the department stores offer. Many restaurants are offering pickup as well as delivery through various services. 

Bal Harbour Shops: Bal Harbour, Florida

Announced it would reopen 5/18.  Hours 11 am-10 pm (Mon.–Sat.), noon-6 pm (Sun.). Hours for individual tenants may vary. Restaurants will offer Take-Out curbside pick-up from reserved areas of the Collins Avenue parking lot. 

Ballpark Village: St. Louis, Missouri

Most restaurants, bars and entertainment venues throughout are now closed in response to the direction of local government. Drunken Fish will remain open for carry-out and delivery services only. OneLife Fitness is closed until further notice.

Boise Towne Square: Boise, Idaho

Following Governor Little’s executive order announcing the reopening of certain retail stores, the mall announced it would reopen 5/5. Hours are 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 pm (Sun.) New measures to ensure health and safety include hand-sanitizing stations, touch-free interactions, frequent and intense cleanings and social distancing directions. As the state-wide dining restriction mandate remains in place, the food court seating area will remain closed. Food court tenants that choose to reopen will be available for carryout only.

Brickell City Centre: Miami, Florida

Announced that it was reopening 5/22. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.) Department store, restaurant, and cinema hours may vary based on the City of Miami’s phased reopening plan. To maintain social distancing guidelines, valet service is temporarily closed. Additional safety measures are listed at www.brickellcitycentre.com/health. 

Brookfield Properties retail portfolio: Nationwide 

In early May, announced it would spend $5 billion to aid struggling retailers; that its properties were open (with restrictions) in 33 states by 5/27. Website includes a curbside pickup program for states where regulations allow for non-essential retail stores to open. 

Brookfield Square: Brookfield, Wisconsin 

Announced it was reopening 5/18. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.)  The center has posted safety measures on its website.

Brookwood Village: Birmingham, Alabama

Announced that it is temporarily closed until further notice. Exterior retailers and restaurants should be contacted to confirm their hours of operation.

Central Mall: Fort Smith, Arkansas

Many retailers on website list themselves as temporarily closed; mall is also closing all food court seating areas and children's play areas, intensifying cleaning and disinfecting, and offering tenants a Small Business Resource Guide for COVID-19 Assistance.

City Creek Center: Salt Lake City, Utah

Reopened on a reduced daily schedule, with 50% of tenants open 5/19.

Chapel Hill Mall: Akron, Ohio

Announced 5/8 that it would reopen 5/12 under the new state guidelines for the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

Chapel Hills Mall: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Announced that it would be  operating limited hours of 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.) and 11 AM– 5 PM (Sun.) to allow for enhanced sanitizing and disinfecting.  Merchants are encouraged to re-open locations at our properties, which will allow a restart of business operation. 

Chautauqua Mall: Lakewood, New York

Announced 3/19 that, following the lead of the CDC, state and local officials and health authorities regarding the direction and best course of action for this location, the mall would be closed until further notice. Restaurants and retailers open for pick-up include Five Guys, Taco Bell, Olive Garden, JoAnn Fabrics, and Office Max. 

Chesapeake Square: Chesapeake, Virgina

Announced that it would reopen to the public starting 5/15.

Coastal Grand Mall: Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Starting 4/24, open 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.) noon-6 pm (Sun). Individual store operations and hours may vary. Please call individual retailers to confirm their hours before visiting the center. More details available on center Website.

Colonie Center: Albany, New York

Announced that in compliance with orders from Governor Andrew Cuomo, the mall would be temporarily closed. 

Concord Mall: Wilmington, Deleware

Announced that it would grant access to  all tenants and employees on 4/27. The mall will operate on limited hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.) and 11AM–4 PM (Sun.). On a "Retail-to-Go" basis, all payments should be done over the phone or internet if possible, and contact should be minimized if remote payment is not available.

CoolSprings Galleria: Franklin, Tennessee  

Starting 5/1, open 11 am-7 pm, Mon.-Saturday, noon-6 pm Sun. Individual store and restaurant hours and operations may vary, so guests should call ahead to confirm an individual tenant's hours. More details available on the company Website.

Crabtree Valley Mall: Raleigh, North Carolina 

Announced that it has reopened. Temporary hours starting 5/9: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Recommended hours for high-risk guests: 11 AM-noon, Tues. and Fri. Planned opening hours and dates for individual tenants may vary. The mall has also listed measures meant to safeguard employees, guests and the community.

Crocker Park: Westlake, Ohio

Center remains open, but store hours vary and are subject to change, so merchants should be called first to confirm.

Dimond Center: Anchorage, Alaska 

Reopened 4/27, with hours 11 am-7 pm daily. 

Dolphin Mall: Miami, Florida 

Announced 5/21 that it has reopened, but with limited stores open and hours varying for individual tenants. Center hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), 11 AM-6 PM (Sun.).

Eastfield Mall: Springfield, Massachusetts 

Announced that, in accordance with Governor Baker’s newest mandate, the mall will be closed until further notice. School of Fish will continue to help with pet care needs, and Ninety Nine Restaurants is open for takeout. 

EastGate Mall: Cincinnati, Ohio

Announced 5/8 that, starting 5/12, the mall will be open 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.) and noon-6 pm (Sun.). Individual store hours and restaurant operations may vary, so shopper are urged to call them ahead to confirm.  The Website also includes a list of protective measures the mall is taking to protect shoppers, employees, and the community.

Eastland Mall: Evansville, Indiana 

Now through 5/31, center hours are 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 pm. Center website includes list of retailers/restaurants that offer in-person shopping, curbside service, or takeout. 

Easton Town Center: Columbus, Ohio

Announced 5/4 that it intended to reopen 5/12 with the following hours, but would monitor and adjust as needed. Mon.: CLOSED; Tues.-Sat. 11am – 7pm;  Sun.: Noon-6pm. Early-Open hours for the most vulnerable population.

Eastridge Mall: Gastonia, North Carolina

As of 3/13, implementing more intensive cleaning procedures. In constant contact with the CDC, federal and local health authorities to ensure it continues to implement highest-quality hygiene and safety measures and will adjust accordingly as more information becomes available.

Eastwood Mall: Niles, Ohio

Announced that it would reopen 5/12, and suggested that, though it would resume normal hours of 10AM-9PM (Mon.-Sat.) and 11AM-6PM (Sun.), visitors should  call or check on-line for the hours of individual tenants. Many retailers will offer curbside pickup at designated mall entrances. Best practices will be employed to enhance social distancing and employees will be wearing face coverings in accordance with state and CDC guidelines.

Edison Mall: Fort Myers, Florida

Announced that it would reopen to limited hours 5/8, 11 AM-7 PM.

Fayette Mall: Lexington, Kentucky

Announced, in accordance with the executive order issued by the Governor of Kentucky, that the mall would be temporarily closed as of 3/22 until further notice. Businesses deemed essential under the order, as well as certain retailers and restaurants offering curbside pick-up or delivery remain open.

Festival Marketplace: Pompano Beach, Florida

Announced that it has temporarily closed due to COVID-19. The grocery store remains open. The center has offered its rear parking lot to the Broward Health Organization for COVID-19 testing. (The area is not accessible through the mall.)

Fingerlakes Mall: Auburn, New York

The Great Outdoors RV Superstore is now open by appointment. Starting 5/16, Bass Pro Shops is open for curbside pickup and Tracker Boats Service Department will be open.

Franklin Park Mall:Toledo, Ohio

Announced 5/11 that, with Ohio's stay-at-home mandate being lifted for retail businesses, the mall will reopen 5/12. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). 

Galleria Edina: Edina, Minnesota

Announced that it will reopen 5/18  in accordance with Minnesota Governor Walz’s latest executive order. Hours will be reduced to 11am – 7pm (Mon.– Sat.), and 11am – 6pm (Sun.). Store and restaurant hours may vary. Though not open to the public, select restaurants will continue to offer takeout and delivery.

Gateway Mall: Lincoln, Nebraska

Announced 4/29, based on conversations with the local health department, that it would reopen 5/1 under reduced hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 pm (Sun.).

Golden Triangle Mall: Denton, Texas

Announced that it is temporarily closed until further notice.

Governor’s Square Mall: Clarksville, Tennessee 

Announced 4/29 that, in accordance with Governor Lee’s guidelines, the mall reopened to the public 4/29. Normal hours (10AM-9PM, Mon.-Sat., 11AM-6PM Sun.) have resumed. But patrons should confirm hours of operations with individual tenants. More details are on the center website.

Greenbrier Mall: Chesapeake, Virginia 

Starting 5/15, the mall will reopen 11 AM-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Individual store hours and restaurant operations may vary. 

Harrisburg Mall: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 

Announced 3/16 that, following Governor Tom Wolf’s order closing all nonessential stores in the state, the mall would be closed effective 3/17 until further notice. All interior stores, including Macy’s & Macy’s Backstage and Regal Cinemas, are closed. All scheduled events including Winter KIDZ Wednesdays are canceled or postponed. Kondu Japanese restaurant remains open for carry-out orders only.

Holyoke Mall: Holyoke, Massachusetts

Except for Target and restaurants with exterior access for pick-up and delivery, closed 3/17, per the mayor’s emergency order. While the mall remains closed, select tenants are available for pickup or delivery service. 

Hot Springs Mall: Hot Springs, Arkansas 

Announced that it would close effective 4/9 until further notice. 

Huntington Mall: Barboursville, West Virginia

Announced 3/24 that it was closing for business at 6 p.m. that day, and would reopen when the governor’s order [that all "non-essential" businesses close to halt the spread of the outbreak] is lifted. Restaurants will continue to serve customers but only on a pickup and/or delivery basis.

Independence Center: Independence, Missouri 

Announced in a 5/5 Facebook post that it would reopen 5/15.

Jacksonville Mall: Jacksonville, North Carolina

Planning to reopen 5/9, with hours 11am-7pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6pm (Sun.). Reopening guidelines listed on owner PREIT's Website resource, "Road to Recovery."

Lakeside Shopping Center: Metairie, Louisiana

Now offering curbside pickup 11AM – 7PM (Mon.- Sat.) and noon – 6PM (Sun.). Individual tenant hours may vary, so the center urges shoppers to phone stores directly for details.

Legacy Village: Lyndhurst, Ohio

Announced that, while some retailers plan to reopen beginning 5/12, restaurants will continue to operate as delivery and takeout services and will begin to reopen over the coming weeks. The center urges guests to reach out directly to tenants they plan on visiting, to determine their opening plans, and to be aware of face-mask requirements for customers.

Legends Outlets: Kansas City, Kansas

Announced 3/23 that it is temporarily closing effective Tuesday, March 24, 2020, for at least 30 days. Essential businesses open under modified hours include Target and Sprint. Restaurants open for curbside pickup, carryout and delivery services only.

Lindale Mall: Cedar Rapids, Iowa

Announced that it would reopen 5/13. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Reopening dates for individual tenants may vary, so the mall urges guests to call ahead to confirm. In the continued need to address COVID-19, the mall has proactively implemented additions to the Code of Conduct, effective immediately and until further notice.

Magnolia Mall: Florence, South Carolina 

Opening 4/25; 11am-7pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6pm (Sun.) Reopening guidelines listed on owner PREIT's Website resource, "Road to Recovery."

Mall at Millenia: Orlando, Florida

Announced that the mall has reopened. Daily hours: 11 AM-7PM. An "Open Stores" page lists stores and restaurants offering indoor/outdoor dining. Some stores are offering phone sales and package pickup even when not yet open for in-store visits, so the mall urges calling favorite store for specific details.

Mall of America: Bloomington, Minnesota 

Following the most recent guidance from state government officials, the mall announced that it is reopening retail stores 6/1. All dining and attractions will remain closed until further guidance from state officials is provided. Food establishments may still operate through curbside and delivery.

Mall of the Americas: Miami, Florida

Announced 3/19 that, starting that day, it would be temporarily closed until further notice. As of mid-May, some major retailers, such as Costco and The Home Depot, have opened.

Memorial City Mall: Houston, Texas

Announced 5/18 that it was open 11am-7pm, although hours for individual stores might vary. Special health and safety measures are listed on the Website.

Merle Hay Mall: Des Moines, Iowa 

Announced in early May that the mall has reopened,  with limited hours (Mon.-Sat.,noon-7 pm; Sun). Stores are opening in different phases as they sanitize, re-stock and call their employees back to work. The food court is open for carryout or through a variety of delivery services.  

Millcreek Mall: Erie, Pennsylvania 

After Gov. Wolf's 5/8 order declaring that stores in Erie County that are essential or with an outside entrance are permitted to open, the center declared a partial reopening. The center Website lists currently open stores and their operating hours. Restaurants remain open for curbside or delivery (where available).

Monroe Crossing: Monroe, North Carolina

Temporarily operating on limited hours, 5/18-24: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.)

Nebraska Crossing Outlets: Gretna, Nebraska

A gradual transition to a formal reopening will begin on or about May 1, with hours shortened (Mon.-Sat., 11 AM-7 Pm, Sun. Noon-6 pm) to allow for more thorough cleaning practices. The center will limit entrances to two main points of entrance and one auxiliary entrance to ensure shoppers follow guidelines set by the state and the CDC. Every entering shopper will be offered a mask and the opportunity to have their temperature taken digitally. More details areon the center Website.

Northgate Mall: Durham, North Carolina

Announced it will temporarily close as of 3/26 in accordance with the City of Durham’s stay-at-home order for non-essential businesses. Restaurants with exterior-facing entrances remain open, offering take-out service. A list of essential businesses who remain open will be updated on the website.

Northlake Mall: Charlotte, North Carolina

Announced 5/17 that it was re-opening 5/18 under reduced hours (11 AM-7 PM, Mon.-Sat.; noon-6 PM, Sun.)

Northpark Mall: Ridgeland, Mississippi

Announced 5/7 that it was reopening 5/8. Temporary hours are 11 AM-6 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Recommended hours for high-risk guests: 11 AM to noon, Tues. and Fri. The mall also lists on its Website measures for ongoing mitigation to slow the spread of COVID-19.

Northwest Arkansas Mall: Fayetteville, Arkansas

Stores will reopen soon; there is no definitive list with dates at this time. Individual stores should be called to confirm. Website also includes a Small Business Resource Guide for COVID-19 Assistance to tenants. 

Northwoods Mall: Peoria, Illinois 

Announced 3/18 that it would be temporarily closed, effective 3/21. All tenants are expected to comply with the governor's recommendation, effective 3/21. Exceptions include Smo-King Pit, which will remain open for carry-out services from 11am- 4pm daily. Updates on Facebook or Instagram. 

Northwoods Mall: North Charleston, South Carolina

Starting 5/1, open 11 am-7 pm, Mon.-Saturday, noon-6 pm Sun. Individual store and restaurant hours and operations may vary, so guests should call ahead to confirm an individual tenant's hours. More details available on the company Website.

Oak Park Mall: Overland Park, Kansas

Starting 5/13, the mall will reopen 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.).noon-6 pm (Sun.). The mall has implemented a number of protective measures to keep our employees, retail partners, and community healthy, which are posted on the Website.

Oak View Mall: Omaha, Nebraska

Reduced hours: Mon.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm; Sun., noon-6 pm. Individual tenant hours may vary. 

Outlets at Castle Rock: Castle Rock, Colorado 

Announced that the center has reopened, with hours  11am-7pm (Mon.-Sat.) and 11am-6pm (Sun.). Individual store hours may vary, so visitors  are urged to contact tenants first before visiting. Visitors to the center are urged to wear a mask, and some stores require it. Health and safety precautions, along with details on the curbside pickup program, are posted on the Web site. 

Outlets Ocean City: Ocean City, Maryland

The center is now open daily 11 AM to 7 PM. Select stores open: center urges shoppers to check Directory for individual store hours.

Outlets of Mississippi: Pearl, Mississippi 

Stores will gradually open at the center. Hours:  11am-6pm (Mon.-Sat.)  and noon-6pm (Sun.) until May 11. "Info" tab on center website includes current store openings.

Park Meadows: Lone Tree, Colorado 

Following the Governor’s Amended Public Health Order, all non-critical retailers at the mall can now fulfill phone and online orders through a curbside pickup system outside the store, and that non-critical retailers with exterior entrances also can reopen in a manner that adheres to social distancing requirements.

Parkway Place: Huntsville, Alabama

Starting 5/1, open 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.)and noon-6 pm (Sun.). The mall will encourage social distancing, prohibit groups of more than 10 people congregating in the common area, cancel or postpone mall events, and take other measures to safeguard employees and guests. The complete list is on the Website.

Patrick Henry Mall: Newport News, Virginia 

Reopening 5/15; hours: 11am-7pm (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.).

Pembroke Mall: Virginia Beach, Virginia

Announced 3/27 that it would remain closed until 5/14 unless the governor's executive order on public gatherings is rescinded or a new order is established. Essential retailers such as Target, Fresh Market, and food delivery/takeout may be available, but should be contacted first to confirm.

Plaza at West Covina: West Covina, California

On 3/19, following the State of California’s health directive, the center temporarily suspended hours until further notice. Customers should check restaurants or other service retailers, as they may be open at various hours to provide essential services for the community. 

Polaris Fashion Place: Columbus, Ohio

Reopening 5/12; hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Reopenings for individual tenants may vary, so guests are urged to call ahead and check Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date information. In the continued need to address COVID-19, the Center has implemented additions to the Code of Conduct, effective immediately. 

Ponce City Market: Atlanta, Georgia 

Working with tenants toward a mid-May reopening, according to a news report. The center urges shoppers to call tenants to confirm date and time for individual stores and restaurants.

Port Charlotte Town Center: Port Charlotte, Florida

Now open limited hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.)

PREIT properties: States in which it operates malls (PA, NJ, MA, MD, VA,MI, WI)

In May, announced selective reopenings of a few malls in its portfolio. Many restaurants and essential exterior-facing tenants remain open.

Pyramid Management Group portfolio: Massachusetts and New York

Pyramid Management Group announced 3/19 that it would close all interior portions of its Massachusetts centers. The action is consistent with government-directed closures in Holyoke (Mass.) and PMG centers in New York State. Tenants like Target and others with dedicated exterior entrances have the capability to remain open following the required protocols.

Quintard Mall: Oxford, Alabama

Announced in a 5/6 Facebook post a list of tenants open at this time: Cellular Solutions, Chick-fil-A (Curbside pickup only), Hibbett, Hallmark, Sports Addition, and Shoe Department. Some stores may be operating shortened hours, so the mall urges shoppers to contact individual tenants for specific questions on operations. In addition, the mall is implementing best practices to provide a safe shopping experience.

Richland Mall: Waco, Texas

Starting 5/1, open 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Sundays. Reopening guidelines are provided on the mall's Website.

Rimrock Mall: Billings, Montana

Announced 4/26 that it was reopening 4/27 under reduced hours (11 AM-7 PM, Mon.-Sat., noon-6 PM Sun.). A complete list of guidelines can be found on the mall's Website.

Rock Hill Galleria: Rock Hill, North Carolina

Announced 4/21, in compliance with the governor's 4/20 Executive Order allowing certain stores to re-open, that it would allow customers to access those tenants but would ask that shoppers not congregate or linger any longer than necessary to give everyone the opportunity to shop. Mall hours will be 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.)  Individual store hours may vary, and not all stores will be re-opening right away. Shoppers are urged to check back frequently as information will be updated as changes occur.  

Rolling Oaks Mall: San Antonio, Texas

Announced in a 5/4 Facebook post that it was reopening. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 pm (Sun.). Reopenings for individual tenants may vary, so guests are encouraged to call ahead.

Royal Hawaiian Center: Honolulu, Hawaii 

Announced that the mall would reopen 5/15. Hours: 10 AM-10 PM daily, though individual store and restaurant hours may vary. The Website lists health and safety measures that will be in place when the center reopens.

Rushmore Mall: Rapid City, North Dakota

Announced that as of 5/1, the mall would reopen, but tenant hours and operations would vary. 

Shops at Montebello: Montebello, California

Announced that it is temporarily closing until further notice.

Simon portfolio: Nationwide

Announced, as of 5/11, that it had reopened 77 U.S. properties, and that within the next week it expected to have reopened roughly 50% of its properties.

Somerset Collection: Detroit, Michigan 

In compliance with Gov. Whitmer's decision to further reduce public gatherings, the mall announced that it will be closed until further notice. In addition to its restaurants, many of the center's stores are offering curbside delivery of shopper packages. The mall urges that individual tenants should be called to confirm hours and availability of this service.

South Coast Plaza: Costa Mesa, California

While still temporarily closed, the mall announced SCP 2 GO, its convenient contact-free shopping experience, which enables users to shop by phone or email from more than 70 South Coast Plaza boutiques and order takeout from over 12 restaurants. Shoppers will be given a pickup time and assigned to a color-coded pickup zone, where they can call the tenant upon arrival.

South County Center: St. Louis, Missouri 

Announced that starting 5/18, the mall would be open 11 AM- 7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Individual store hours and restaurant operations may vary, so guests are urged to call ahead to confirm an individual tenant's hours.

South Park Mall: San Antonia, Texas

Reopening 5/1; mall capacity will be limited to 25%; hours: 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.), 11 am-5 pm (Sun.); additional information on safety and screen on the company Web site.

Southern Park Mall: Youngstown, Ohio

Announced 5/6 that it will reopen 5/12. Hours: 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.), 11 am-6 pm (Sun).  Reopenings for individual tenants may vary, so guests are urged to call ahead and check Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date information. In the continued need to address COVID-19, the Center has implemented additions to the Code of Conduct, effective immediately.

Southlake Mall: Hobart, Indiana

Announced 5/17 that it would reopen 5/18 under reduced hours (11 AM-7 PM Mon.-Sat., noon-6 PM Sun.).

Springfield Town Center: Springfield, Virginia 

Temporarily closed starting 3/24.

Starwood Retail Partners: Nationwide

Announced that it has temporarily suspended hours at all properties throughout the country. It continues to supporting restaurants, grocers and pharmacies that provide essential services such as food pick-up and delivery, medicines, and critical household needs for their broader communities.

Tanger Outlets: Nationwide

Temporary hours 11am-7pm in AL, AZ, FL, GA, LA, MO, MS, NC, NH, OH, SC, TN, TX and Pittsburgh PA. Shoppers are urged to check with individual tenants before visiting. For centers in other states, all non-essential stores remain temporarily closed by COVID-19 government mandates. 

Taubman portfolio: Nationwide

By 5/7, three malls had reopened (2 in FL, 1 in UT), with more expected throughout the month.

The Citadel: East Colorado Springs, Colorado

Hours will be 11 AM-7 PM, Mon.-Sat., and 11 AM – 5 PM Sun. to allow for enhanced sanitizing and disinfecting. Center management encourages all merchants to reopen locations, which will allow a restart of business operations. More details of the center's safety screening, employee safety, sanitizing and disinfecting, social distancing, and marketing guidelines are on the center Website.

The Corners of Brookfield: Brookfield, Wisconsin 

Gov. Evers' stay-at-home emergency order remains in effective until 4 /24, or until a superseding order is issued.  The grocery and restaurants remain open for takeout.

The Galleria at Fort Lauderdale: Fort Lauderdale, Florida 

In accordance with city guidelines, the mall remains closed due to COVID-19 until further notice, except for select restaurants offering takeout service.

The Gardens Mall: Palm Beach Gardens, Florida

Announced that the mall has reopened. Hours: 11 AM-7PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Currently, restaurants and a number of  stores offer delivery of packages to cars.

The Mall at Fairfield Commons: Beavercreek, Ohio

Announced 5/5 that it planned to reopen 5/12. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Planned reopening dates for individual tenants may vary, so guests are encouraged to call ahead.

The Mall at Robinson: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  

Announced 5/18 that the mall remains temporarily closed. Dick’s Sporting Goods is now open, and other retailers and restaurants are permitted to offer curbside pick-up service only. Curbside pick-up takes place outside the Food Court and is available Monday through Saturday (11am-7pm) and Sunday (noon-6 pm). 

The Mall in Columbia: Columbia, Maryland

Announced that starting 5/19, the mall would allow certain retail businesses to fulfill phone and online orders through a curbside pickup system.

The Pines Mall: Pine Bluff, Arkansas

Mall owner said 3/25 that it was currently closed except for one restaurant, Shanghai Express, that is doing take-out orders only.

The Shops at South Town: Sandy, Utah

Center has reopened. Hours: 11 AM-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.), Noon-6 pm (Sun.); recommended hours for high-risk guests: 11 am-noon (Tues. and Fri.). The center's additional safety and sanitation precautions are listed on the website.

The Village at Gulfstream Park: Hallandale Beach, Texas

Announced that it would remain open, but encouraged shoppers to check specific retailers’ operating hours. Some are offering curbside pickup, delivery service, personal appointment shopping, free shipping and special hours for seniors.

The Village at Meridian: Meridian, Idaho

Reduced hours from 3/17 to 4/30: Mon.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm; Sun., noon-6 pm. Store hours may vary. The center is offering additional short-term and curbside parking options in support of the community, grocers and restaurants. The center is intensifying its cleaning procedures.

Town Center Plaza and Crossing: Leawood, Kansas

Announced 5/11 that the center planned to reopen that day. Hours: 11 AM-7 PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 PM (Sun.). Opening dates  and operating hours for individual tenants may vary, so the center urges guests to call ahead and to follow along on Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date information. In the continued need to address COVID-19, the center has  implemented additions to the Code of Conduct, effective immediately.

Tri-County Mall: Cincinnati, Ohio

Reopening 5/12, in alignment with Gov. DeWine's 4/27 executive order allowing businesses to reopen then. Restaurants will only be open for carryout and delivery, as the governor has not lifted the restriction on dining in restaurants yet. Personal appearance and beauty businesses will remain closed until the governor issues executive orders allowing them to reopen. Additional guidelines are on the center's website.

Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) Portfolio: Nationwide

Announced 3/20 that it is closing its shopping destinations in the United States for all but ‘essential’ retail outlets as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. The centers are closed through Sunday, March 29 (or until otherwise instructed by local authorities), at which point the group will re-evaluate the situation.

Valley West Mall: Des Moines, Iowa

Hours: 11 AM-7  PM (Mon.-Sat.), noon-6 pm (Sun.). Lists of stores currently open and regulations are included on the Website.

Vancouver Mall: Vancouver, Washington

Announced that, while the mall remains temporarily closed, select restaurants and retailers are now open for goods and services that can be provided via pickup and/or delivery. Base hours of Retail To Go: 11 am-6 pm. Items purchased from participating stores can be picked up at designated areas. Restaurant, entertainment and service-related business hours may vary, so the mall urges that visitors contact individual stores directly for complete details.

Vintage Faire Mall: Modesto, California

The center has posted a list of "Essential Retail and Dining Available," including through curbside pickup or appointment only, now through 5/31

Warwick Mall: Warwick, Rhode Island

Announced, per the city of Warwick Executive Order 2020-03, that the mall's common areas would be closed effective 3/17, until further notice. They will reopen upon revocation of the Executive Order. All anchors and other retailers with direct access to the parking area may continue to operate per the order.

Waterside Shops: Naples, Florida

Announced that the center has reopened. Operating hours of reopened tenants are listed on the mall website.

West Acres: Fargo, North Dakota

Announced 5/1 that it would reopen 5/8. The Website mentions several changes that shoppers will notice upon their return, including: limited mall hours, closure of high-touch amenities, no furniture in common areas, altered food court operations, a new policy for minors, and distancing guidelines. Stores will have their own precautions and operational changes including the ability to re-open as they see fit.  

West County Center: St. Louis, Missouri 

Announced that, starting 5/18, the mall will reopen 11 am-7 pm (Mon.-Sat.)and noon- 6 pm (Sun.). Individual store hours and restaurant operations may vary, so the center urges shoppers to call ahead to confirm an individual tenant’s hours. The Website also lists protective measures to keep our employees, retail partners, and community healthy. 

West Towne Mall: Madison, Wisconsin 

As of 5/1, certain retailers may reopen to offer curbside pick-up from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. daily. Interior mall common areas will remain closed to the public until further notice. The mall includes on its Website a list of retailers or restaurants that are open. 

Westland Mall: Hialeah, Florida

Announced 3/19 that, in cooperation with Miami-Dade’s public health directive, the mall will temporarily close starting 3/19 at 7pm until further notice. Restaurants or other service retailers may be open at various hours to provide essential services.

Wilton Mall at Saratoga: Saratoga Springs, New York

Announced that as a result of the State of New York Executive Order 202.5, the common area of the mall is closed temporarily, except for essential retail and certain restaurants that will remain open for takeout service only. Individual restaurant websites should be checked for confirmation.

Windward Mall: Kaneohe, Hawaii

Based on the 3/22 emergency order of Honolulu Mayor Kirk Caldwell, select essential businesses at Windward Mall will remain open, including Straub Medical Center, HawaiiUSA Federal Credit Union, restaurants offering pickup or delivery service, and other essential businesses as defined by the order.

WestShore Plaza: Tampa, Florida

Reopening to limited hours on 5/8, 11 AM-7 PM.

Wilmorite portfolio: New York

Announced 3/18 that, effective 7 pm that day, Eastview, The Mall at Greece Ridge and The Marketplace Mall would temporarily close following Governor Cuomo's order, and remain closed until further notice. This includes all common areas and mall use for social visits and exercising. Stores and restaurants with exterior entrances may remain open. Eastview Commons, Marketplace Commons and Pittsford Plaza may have stores and restaurants that remain open. Please call ahead for operating hours.

Wyoming Valley Mall: Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania

In response to the direction of the Pennsylvania Department of Health, the center announced it is temporarily closing until further notice. 

Zona Rosa: Kansas City, Missouri 

Announced, in compliance with a local 3/24 "stay-at-home" order, that non-essential tenants would close. Essential businesses, such as CVS, banks, restaurants and select office tenants remain open. Individual retailers should be contacted for operating hours.