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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:

Abercrombie & Fitch

Temporarily closing all of our stores outside of the Asia-Pacific region starting March 15, 2020.

Academy Sports

Temporarily reduced store hours to allow additional time for intensive cleaning: Mon. - Sat.: 9am - 9:00pm, Sun.: 11am - 7pm.

Aerie and American Eagle

American Eagle and Aerie stores are temporarily closing all stores in the United States and Canada effective end of day March 17, 2020. This is in response to the continued spread of COVID-19 and the guidance of government and public health officials. The closures will remain in place until at least March 27, 2020 and all store associates will be compensated for scheduled time during that period. Online shopping via ae.com, aerie.com and through the AE/Aerie app will continue to operate as normal.

Albertsons Companies

Remains open and have begun implementing Social Distancing protocols across all 2,200+ stores. The goal with the protocol throughout the store is to follow guidance from the CDC to prevent customers from being within 6 feet of any other person for more than 10 minutes. 

Allbirds

Temporarily closing stores (March 15-27)

Allen Edmonds

Temporarily closing stores (until March 27)

Amazon.com

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

AMC Theaters

Leawood, KS-based AMC Theatres, the nation’s largest theatrical exhibition company, has closed all 630 U.S. locations for at least six to 12 weeks. The company said the move was made in compliance with directives from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, as well as state and local authorities, because of the coronavirus epidemic.

Ancient Greek Sandals

Temporarily closing stores

Ann Taylor

Closing some stores and reducing hours at others.

Anthropologie

Closing all global stores and planning to reopen on March 28th. Continuing to pay store teams during this time.

Apple Stores / iTunes

All retail stores outside of Greater China until March 27. 

Aritzia

Boutiques will be closed until further notice.​

Ascena Retail Group

Saucon Township, PA: Reduced hours for Ann Taylor location.

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.

Athleta

The company anticipates the closures to extend past the previously announced April 1 date, as a result of continued measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19.  As part of this decision, the company will furlough the majority of its store teams in the United States and Canada, pausing pay but continuing to offer applicable benefits until stores are able to reopen.

AWAY

Temporarily closing stores

Banana Republic

The company anticipates the closures to extend past the previously announced April 1 date, as a result of continued measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19.  As part of this decision, the company will furlough the majority of its store teams in the United States and Canada, pausing pay but continuing to offer applicable benefits until stores are able to reopen.

Barry's Bootcamp

Temporarily closing stores and Red Rooms

Bath and Body Works

Closing all stores

Bed, Bath & Beyond 

Temporarily closed all its retail banner stores across the US and Canada and will be closed to the public until April 3, 2020.

Best Buy

Beginning Sunday, March 22, Best Buy will offer contactless curbside service at all locations across the country where state or local laws allow. Rather than ask customers to come into stores, any items ordered on BestBuy.com or the Best Buy app will be delivered to the customers car curbside.

Bloomingdale's 

All of stores have been closed since March 18th and will remain closed until there is a clear line of sight on when it is safe to reopen. Across Macy’s, Bloomingdales, and Bluemercury brands, absolute minimum workforce needed to maintain basic operations will be implemented. This means the majority of workers will go on furlough. 

Blue Mercury

All of stores have been closed since March 18th and will remain closed until there is a clear line of sight on when it is safe to reopen. Across Macy’s, Bloomingdales, and Bluemercury brands, absolute minimum workforce needed to maintain basic operations will be implemented. This means the majority of workers will go on furlough. 

Brahmin

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

Buck Mason

All Buck Mason stores will close beginning March 13

Build-A-Bear Workshop

Closing all stores in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Denmark and Ireland through Thursday, April 2nd.

Burlington

Temporarily closing all stores. 

BuyBuy Baby

Open but subject to state and local regulations.

Calvin Klein

Effective March 17 through March 29. All retail associates at these locations will continue to receive full pay and benefits for their scheduled shifts during the temporary closure period.

Canada Goose

All retail stores in North America and Europe will close at least until March 31, customers will continue to be able to shop at canadagoose.com

Chico's

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

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

Temporarily closing all Christmas Tree Shops and That! stores for two weeks beginning Sunday, March 22.

Claire's

Stores will remain closed until at least March 27, and associates will be paid for the hours they were scheduled to work during this time period. 

Coach

Temporarily close all directly operated Kate Spade and Stuart Weitzman stores in North America and Europe to help reduce the spread of COVID-19. Stores will be closed at least through March 27.

Costco

Stores remain open with increased our protocols in sanitizing surfaces, including shopping cart handles, merchandise shelves, front-end belts and registers. Limits have been implemented on certain items to help ensure more members are able to access the merchandise they want and need.

Crate & Barrel

Temporarily closing stores in U.S. and Canada.

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.

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.

Destination XL

Closed all DXL and Casual Male XL stores until March 28, effective immediately.

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.

Disney 

Closing all Disney Stores beginning March 17.

Dollar General

Modified hours for seniors shoppers to shop early.

Domino's Pizza

Contactless delivery has been introduced.

DSW

Temporarily closing all stores in the U.S. and Canada. 

Everlane

Temporarily closing stores.

Five Below

Temporarily close all stores across the U.S. at least until March 31.

Footlocker

Closing all North American stores through March 31.

Fossil

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

GameStop

As of Sunday, March 22, only employees will be allowed inside stores. They are offering a contactless delivery service called Delivery@Door at all store locations across the country where state or local laws allow.

Gap, Inc

The company anticipates the closures to extend past the previously announced April 1 date, as a result of continued measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19.  As part of this decision, the company will furlough the majority of its store teams in the United States and Canada, pausing pay but continuing to offer applicable benefits until stores are able to reopen.​

Giant Eagle

Hours cut to 7am-10pm daily.

Glossier

Temporarily closing. 

Godiva

Temporarily closing boutiques and GODIVA Cafés in North America.

Gucci

Temporarily have closed all of the stores in North America effective immediately.

H&M

Closing all stores. 

Haverty's 

Temporarily close its retail locations until April 2. The company will pay affected team members during these periods of operational pause.

Hill City

The company anticipates the closures to extend past the previously announced April 1 date, as a result of continued measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19.  As part of this decision, the company will furlough the majority of its store teams in the United States and Canada, pausing pay but continuing to offer applicable benefits until stores are able to reopen.

Hobby Lobby Stores

Increased the frequency of store cleaning, including more cleaning of areas regularly touched by customers and employees, with anti-viral cleaning products throughout the day.

Hollister and Gilly Hicks

Temporarily closing all of our stores outside of the Asia-Pacific region starting March 15, 2020.

Hudson's Bay

Temporarily close all its stores, effective immediately. Stores will remain closed for 2 weeks, and operations will be reassessed at that time.

IKEA

Closing all stores across the U.S. 

Indigo Books & Music

Closing all stores until March 27. 

IZOD

Effective March 17 through March 29. All retail associates at these locations will continue to receive full pay and benefits for their scheduled shifts during the temporary closure period.

J. Crew

Stores closed until March 28.

J.C. Penney Company

Closing stores after having originally reduced store hours. 

J.Jill 

Stores are temporarily closed. 

Journeys

Temporarily closing all stores in the US, Canada and Puerto Rico through March 28.

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.

Kiehl's

Temporarily closing stores. 

Kohl's 

Given that the company will be extending the duration of our store closures until further notice, Kohl’s will temporarily furlough store and store distribution center associates, as well as some corporate office associates whose work has been significantly reduced by the store closures.

L Brands

L Brands will temporarily close all Bath & Body Works, Victoria’s Secret and PINK stores in the United States and Canada, effective March 17 through March 29.

L'OCCITANE

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

Lands' End

All retail stores in the U.S. will be closed through March 29. 

Levi Strauss & Co. 

Temporarily closing all owned-and-operated stores in the U.S. and Canada through March 27.

Lilly Pulitzer

Closing all stores through March 30.

Lowe's

Temporarily reducing hours and closing all stores at 8:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday and at 7 p.m. on Sunday. Lowe’s donating $10 million in essential protective products to medical professionals.

Lord & Taylor

Temporarily closed. 

Lululemon

Temporarily closing. 

Lush Cosmetics 

Temporarily closing. 

Macy's 

All of stores have been closed since March 18th and will remain closed until there is a clear line of sight on when it is safe to reopen. Across Macy’s, Bloomingdales, and Bluemercury brands, absolute minimum workforce needed to maintain basic operations will be implemented. This means the majority of workers will go on furlough. 

Madewell

Closing stores through March 27. 

Mark and Graham 

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

McDonald's

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.

Merrell

Temporarily closed through March 27.

Michaels Stores

Limiting activities in common areas, closing community rooms, and prioritizing maintenance and repairs. 

Microsoft

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

Temporarily closing all Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and Last Call stores through March 31 at least. The company will provide pay and benefits to store associates affected by closures for this period. 

New Balance

Facilities will remain closed until at least Friday, March 27. All associates in North America will receive their regular pay and benefits during this period.

Nike

Temporarily closing. 

Nordstrom

Temporarily closing all U.S. and Canada stores through April 5. Accessible through apps and online at Nordstrom.com, Nordstromrack.com, HauteLook.com and TrunkClub.com—including digital styling, online order pickup and curbside services at full-line stores, as they are allowed by local regulations.

Old Navy

The company anticipates the closures to extend past the previously announced April 1 date, as a result of continued measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19.  As part of this decision, the company will furlough the majority of its store teams in the United States and Canada, pausing pay but continuing to offer applicable benefits until stores are able to reopen.

O'Reilly Auto Parts

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

Outdoor Voices

Temporarily closing. 

Panera Bread Company

Implementing contactless delivery, and will temporarily close Panera bakery-cafes for deep cleanings, if required, to protect the safety of customers and associates.

Paper Source

Temporarily closed through March 27.

Paragon Sports

Temporarily closed.

Party City

Temporarily closing all corporate retail stores throughout the U.S. through March 31. 

Patagonia

Temporary store closings. 

Pier 1

Effective March 22, temporarily closing stores until further notice. 

PINK

Temporarily closed until further notice. 

Pottery Barn

All U.S. and Canada stores closed until April 2. 

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. 

Reformation 

Temporarily closing. 

Regal Cinemas

All theaters temporarily closed until further notice.

REI

Temporarily closed. 

REJUVENATION

Temporary closure of all U.S. and Canada stores until April 2. 

Rent the Runway 

All stores closed due to COVID-19. 

Saks Fifth Avenue

Closing all stores across the U.S. and Canada. 

Save-A-Lot

Reducing hours.

Sephora (LVMH) 

Closing all stores across the U.S and Canada through Friday, April 3rd. All store employees will continue to receive their base pay for scheduled shifts for the duration of this closure.

Sherwin-Williams 

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

Shinola Detroit

Closing all retail stores until March 28. 

Simon Property Group

Closing all domestic U.S. properties, including Malls, Premium Outlets and Mills in the U.S. through March 29

Sketchers

Temporarily closed. 

SoulCycle

Temporarily closing all stores

Speedway

Enhanced in-store cleaning and sanitization processes. 

Sprout's Farmers Market

Postponed opening of its Silverdale and Seattle stores. 

Staples

Staples Stores will remain open to help local communities adapt to their new realities of working and learning from home. Reducing hours across all US stores from 9 AM-6 PM on weekdays and will close by 6 PM on weekends. Limiting the total number of people inside our stores (following the CDC guideline of 50)

Starbucks

Moving to a "to-go" model in all company-owned stores in the U.S. and Canada for two weeks.

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.

Tailored Brands

Temporarily close retail locations in the U.S. and Canada through Saturday, March 28, 2020.

Talbots

Temporarily closed all stores through March 31. 

Target 

Stores remain open. Extending benefits to help team members take care of themselves and their families, conducting even more rigorous cleaning procedures in all facilities and providing additional support for Drive Up and Order Pickup services from stores.

The Buckle

Temporarily closed through March 31. 

The Children's Place

Temporarily closing all stores through March 31. 

The Home Depot

Temporarily adjusting store hours: now close daily at 6 p.m., while opening hours will 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

Reduced store hours to allow store teams an opportunity to enhance cleaning procedures at the end of each day, restock shelves, and add flexibility to staff schedule.

Tiffany & Co. 

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

Tilly's

Temporarily closing all stores at least through March 27. 

Tommy Hilfiger 

Closing through March 29. All retail associates at these locations will continue to receive full pay and benefits for their scheduled shifts during the temporary closure period.

Tuft & Needle 

Closing all stores. 

Ulta Salon, Cosmetics & Fragrance 

Temporarily closed in certain locations, with hours reduced across the country in other locations. Temporarily discontinuing all hair services in its stores.

Under Armor

Temporarily closing. 

UNIQLO

Temporarily closing stores in the U.S. until further notice. 

UNTUCKIT

Closing all stores in U.S., Canada and UK.

Urban Outfitters

Temporarily closing. 

Van Heusen

Effective March 17 through March 29. All retail associates at these locations will continue to receive full pay and benefits for their scheduled shifts during the temporary closure period.

Verizon Wireless

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

VF Corp

Closing all owned retail stores across North America through April 5. All retail employees will receive full pay and benefits. 

Victoria's Secret

Temporarily closed until further notice.

Vineyard Vines

Closed until March 27.

Walgreens

Most Walgreens 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. 

Walmart

Effective Mar. 15, stores and Neighborhood Markets are open from 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. to further give associates the time they need to stock products and clean thoroughly. Additionally, 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.

Warby Parker

Temporarily closed. 

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.

West Elm

Temporary closure of U.S. and Canada stores until April 2. 

White House Black Market

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

Williams-Sonoma

U.S. and Canada store closures through April 2. 

WinCo Foods

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

Yankee Candle

Temporarily closed. 

Yum! Brands

Adhering to local and federal mandates, Yum! Brands is increasing the frequency of cleaning and sanitizing throughout the restaurants.

Zumiez 

Temporarily closing all of its stores in the U.S. and Canada effective as of March 19, 2020.  This temporary closure of stores is expected to last until April 3, 2020 but it could be shorter or longer depending on guidance and direction from government and health officials.  

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. 

Ala Moana: Honolulu, Hawaii

Effective 3/24, the mall announced all its non-essential businesses to temporarily cease operations. The food court may continue to operate for carryout and delivery service, but will not permit seating.  All other mall interior common access areas will cease operations. 

Apache Mall: Rochester, Minnesota 

Announced 3/23 that it is temporarily closing effective 3/24. Tenants with exterior-facing entrances that are considered essential retail will still be available.

Arden Mall: Sacramento, California

Shut down as of the evening of 3/17 until officials determine it is safe to reopen.

Ashland Town Center Mall: Ashland, West Virginia

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

Aventura Mall: Aventura, Florida

Announced that it is temporarily closed.  

Bal Harbour Shops: Bal Harbour, Florida

Announced 3/18 that it was temporarily closing 5 pm, 3/19, until further notice. Restaurants will generally remain open for takeout and delivery services only. 

Ballpark Village: St. Louis, Missouri

Most restaurants, bars and entertainment venues throughout are now closed in response to the direction of local government.

Baybrook Mall: Houston, Texas 

Announced that it is temporarily closed, complying with the Order of Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo that all non-essential businesses temporarily cease operation. Interior common areas will cease operations. Food-use tenants may operate for curbside takeout and delivery service, and public access to essential businesses will be permitted.  The Mall Walker Program is temporarily suspended.  

Brickell City Centre: Miami, Florida

Will remain closed until further notice - Many food tenants are offering delivery.

Brookfield Properties retail portfolio: Nationwide 

Temporarily closing its shopping centers. Tenants with exterior-facing entrances, including restaurants, that are considered essential retail will still be available.

Brookfield Square: Brookfield, Wisconsin 

In accordance with emergency order #5 issued by Governor Evers, the center closed effective 3/17 at 5:00 p.m. until further notice. Certain restaurants remain open for curbside pick-up or delivery services only.

Carolina Place: Pineville, North Carolina 

Announced 3/26 that, in compliance with a county proclamation, all non-essential businesses and operations should temporarily cease operations 3/26. Interior common areas will cease operations, but food-use tenants may operate for pick-up and delivery service, and public access to essential businesses and operations will be permitted.  The mall walker program is suspended until further notice.   

Central Mall: Fort Smith, Arkansas

Many retailers on their website list themselves as temporarily closed; mall is also closing all food court seating areas and children's play areas, and intensifying cleaning and disinfecting.

Chapel Hill Mall: Akron, Ohio

As of 3/31, temporary closing until April 6, 2020. If the state mandates a longer closure, that information will be available on the mall's Facebook page and website.

Chapel Hills Mall: Colorado Springs, Colorado

Announced as of 3/25 that, following Gov. Polis' executive order, it would temporarily close starting 3/25.

Crabtree Valley Mall: Raleigh, North Carolina 

As of 3/18, operating under the following hours: Mon.-Sat., 12 pm-7 pm; Sun., 12 pm-6 pm.

Deerbrook Mall: Houston, Texas

Following Judge Lina Hidalgo's 3/24 order, the mall announced that it would temporarily close. Food-use tenants may operate for curbside takeout and delivery service, and public access to essential businesses will be permitted.  The mall walker program is temporarily suspended.

Dimond Center: Anchorage, Alaska 

Complying with Anchorage's Emergency Order EO-03, the center announced that its non-critical businesses would temporarily close, a mandate extended to 4/14.  Exceptions to this emergency order include Olive Garden and Chili’s for take-out only, Round Table Pizza for take-out or delivery, Mrs. Field’s Cookies, and Best Buy, which is providing curbside service only. 

Dolphin Mall: Miami, Florida 

Announced that the mall is temporarily closed. 

 

Eastfield Mall: Springfield, Massachusetts 

Announced 3/23 that, in accordance with Governor Baker’s mandate, the mall would be closed at the end of business 3/23 through 4/7. 

Eastland Mall: Evansville, Indiana 

As of 3/20, as a result of the State of Indiana Stay at Home Executive Order 20-08, the common area of the mall is temporarily closed except for essential retail and certain restaurants that can remain open for takeout service only. Individual restaurant websites should be checked for confirmation.

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.

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.)

First Colony Mall: Houston, Texas

All non-essential businesses and interior common areas will temporarily cease operations. Food-use tenants may operate for curbside takeout and delivery service, and public access to essential businesses will be permitted.

Franklin Park Mall:Toledo, Ohio

Announced 3/23 that it was temporarily suspending  hours starting at 7 pm through 4/6.  The center urges calling ahead to its restaurants or other service retailers as they may be open at various hours. 

Galleria: Houston, Texas

Temporarily closed by government mandate. Essential retailers such as pharmacies and food delivery/take-out may be available.

Governors Square: Tallahassee, Florida

Temporarily closed - Essential stores and restaurants with exterior-facing entrances remain open to service your needs.

Holyoke Mall: Holyoke, Massachusetts

Except for Target and restaurants with exterior access for pick-up and delivery, closed at 5 p.m.  March 17, per the mayor’s emergency order.

Hot Springs Mall: Hot Springs, Arkansas 

Announced 3/16 that effective 3/17, it would shorten hours to 11 am-7 pm, Mon.-Sat., and noon-6 pm "until further notice."

Houston Premium Outlets: Houston, Texas

Announced that it had temporarily closed by government mandate. Essential retailers such as pharmacies and food delivery/take-out may be available.

Huntington Mall: Barboursville, West Virginia

Announced 6/24 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 their customers but only on a pickup and/or delivery basis.

Jordan Creek Town Center: West Des Moines, Iowa

Announced it would temporarily close, following the governor's 3/26 disaster emergency proclamation. All non-essential retail establishments shall temporarily cease operations.  Food-use tenants may operate for carryout and delivery service, but seating in the food court will not be permitted.  Public access to interior-mall businesses, which can operate under the proclamation, will be permitted.  The mall walker program is suspended until further notice.

Lakeside Shopping Center: Metairie, Louisiana

Effective 3/18, main mall is temporarily closed because of the coronavirus. This closure includes any interior facing stores. Restaurants and essential businesses with an exterior entrance are allowed to open at their discretion.

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 3/23 that it was temporarily closing until further notice.

Mall at Millenia: Orlando, Florida

Announced that it remains temporarily closed. However, many of its full-service restaurants will remain open.

Mall at Turtle Creek: Jonesboro, Arkansas

Announced 3/25 that it was temporarily closed. Essential stores and restaurants with exterior-facing entrances remain open.

Mall of America: Bloomington, Minnesota 

Announced that it remains temporarily closed

Mall of the Americas: Miami, Florida

Announced 3/19 that, starting that day, it would be temporarily closed until further notice.

Memorial City Mall: Houston, Texas

Announced 3/24 that, in compliance with Harris County’s Stay Home – Work Safe order, the mall will remain closed at least through 4/3. Restaurants are restricted to pickup and delivery through 4/3. Target remained open as of 3/26. The mall is hosting a week-long medical supply drive starting 3/28.

Merle Hay Mall: Des Moines, Iowa 

Announced that, as of 3/28, and until further notice, the mall will be temporarily closed. Stores with outside entrances and/or essential businesses (such as restaurants) may be open; however, their mall gate is closed.  The center urges calling ahead to see if a particular business offers pickup options.

Millcreek Mall: Erie, Pennsylvania 

After Gov. Wolf's 3/16 order that all non-essential retail in the state temporarily close, the mall did so. Food remains available for takeout and carryout. 

Monroe Crossing: Monroe, North Carolina

Temporarily closed until further notice.

Northlake Mall: Charlotte, North Carolina

Announced 3/23 that it was temporarily suspending its hours beginning 3/23 at 7 p.m. and would reopen 4/6. Restaurants or other service retailers may be open at various hours to provide essential services. At this time, Dillard’s and Firebirds Wood Fired Grill (takeout only) have chosen to remain open; please check their website for current hours.

Northwest Arkansas Mall: Fayetteville, Arkansas

Announced 3/24 that it is closing all food court seating areas and children's play areas, and cancelling Easter Bunny programming; also taking increased steps to clean and disinfect high-traffic areas.

Oak Park Mall: Overland Park, Kansas

In accordance with a 3/22 emergency order of the Johnson County Health Officer, the mall closed effective 3/23 at 7 p.m. until further notice. Certain restaurants remain open for take-out, curbside pick-up or delivery services only.

Outlets Ocean City: Ocean City, Maryland

In compliance with Gov. Hogan's executive order, the mall announced that it has temporarily closed. Restaurants may be open for carryout. 

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

Announced 3/14 that, effective 3/23, it was closing "until further notice."

Ponce City Market: Atlanta, Georgia 

Temporarily closed as of 3/17 at 9:00 pm.

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

Announced 3/25 that has now temporarily closed all its enclosed malls. 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.

Rimrock Mall: Billings, Montana

Announced 3/27 that it was adhering to the governor's stay-at-home order for residents, starting 3/28 and remaining in effect  until 4/10. This extends the mall's store closure announcement of 3/23. Some exterior restaurants may provide food for takeout, curbside pick-up and/or delivery depending on the their operations. 

Rock Hill Galleria: Rock Hill, North Carolina

As of 3/18, reduced hours to Mon.-Sat., 11 am-7 pm, and Sun., noon-6 pm. Inkeeping with Governor McMaster's Executive Order signed 3/17, the food court is closed for dine-in purposes. Food can still be bought from restaurants for off-site consumption.  

Rolling Oaks Mall: San Antonio, Texas

Announced 3/23 that it is temporarily closing until further notice.  Updates posted to the center's social media pages and stories.

Royal Hawaiian Center: Honolulu, Hawaii 

Announced 3/23 that it would be closed from 3/23 through 4/30. Restaurants are open for curbside pick-up and delivery services only. ABC Store will also be open from 7:00 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. until further notice.

Rushmore Mall: Rapid City, North Dakota

Announced that due to COVID-19, the mall would be temporarily closed until further notice.

Shops at Montebello: Montebello, California

Temporarily closing through 4/19. It anticipates reopening 4/20.

Simon portfolio: Nationwide

Announced 3/18 that it is temporarily closing all its retail properties in the US (including Malls, Premium Outlets and Mills)through Sunday, 3/29.

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 at least 4/17. Full-service restaurants remain open, for carry-out curbside service only at this time.

South Coast Plaza: Costa Mesa, California

In compliance with the governor's Stay-at-Home Order, the mall announced that it remains temporarily closed; restaurants open only for delivery services, curbside pickup and catering.

South County Center: St. Louis, Missouri 

Temporarily closing starting 3/19 until further notice in accordance with county executive order. The U.S. Post Office remains open. Certain restaurants open for curbside pick-up or delivery services only.

South Park Mall: San Antonia, Texas

Following a 3/23 order by Mayor Niremberg, the mall announced that  it shut down by close of business 3/24. It hopes to reopen "as soon as permissible." 

Southlake Mall: Hobart, Indiana

Announced 3/23 that it was temporarily closing as of 3/24 and lasting through 4/7. Restaurants or other service retailers may be open at various hours to provide essential services. 

Tanger Outlets: Nationwide

Temporary Center Hours: 11am-7pm Daily. Most non-essential retail is closed. Shoppers should check with retailers before visit. Operations for centers in CT, DE, LA, NJ, NY, MD, MI, MO, OH, PA, TX and Canada are restricted by order of the local and state authorities. All stores are closed in Blowing Rock, NC.

Taubman portfolio: Nationwide

Temporarily closing all but two of the company’s U.S. shopping centers,  effective at the close of business on March 19 and through March 29, or later if required by state or local government. Two open-air, streetfront retail centers – Country Club Plaza (Kansas City, Mo.) and International Market Place (Waikiki, Hawaii) – may continue to operate.

The Citadel: East Colorado Springs, Colorado

Announced as of 3/25 that, following Gov. Polis' executive order, it would temporarily close starting 3/25.

The Corners of Brookfield: Brookfield, Wisconsin 

Temporarily closed non-essential retail effective 3/17. 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 remains temporarily closed.

The Mall at Robinson: Pittsburg, Pennsylvania  

Temporarily closed until further notice effective 3/19 at 6pm, in accordance with Governor Wolf’s Executive Order.

The Mall in Columbia: Columbia, Maryland

Following County Executive Calvin Ball's order, the center closed starting March 16. Restaurants with exterior access are excluded from this order.

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 Village at Gulfstream Park: Hallandale Beach, Texas

Announced that it would remain open, but encouraged shoppers to check  specific retailers’ operating hours.

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.

The Woodlands Mall: Houston, Texas

Following Montgomery County Judge's Executive Order of 3/25, announced that it has temporarily closed. Interior common areas will cease operations, but food-use tenants may operate for pick-up and delivery service, and businesses with external entrances may operate within  occupancy guidelines. The mall walker program is suspended until further notice.

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

Complying with the governor's 3/26 proclamation of disaster emergency, the mall announced that all non-essential retail establishments shall temporarily cease operations 3/27-4/7. Restaurant/food tenants may operate for carryout and delivery service at this time. Public access to interior essential businesses, which can operate under the governor's order, will be permitted noon-6 pm daily.  

Vancouver Mall: Vancouver, Washington

Announced that it has temporarily closed and will reopen based on guidance from local health authorities. 

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 4/30.

West Acres: Fargo, North Dakota

Announced 3/25 that it would extend its temporary closure through 4/7. Many stores and restaurants offer delivery, online ordering, and more services.

West County Center: St. Louis, Missouri 

Temporarily closing starting 3/19 in accordance with county executive order. Certain restaurants open for curbside pick-up or delivery services only.

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.

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

Announced 3/17 that it would be closed until further notice, effective 3/23.

Willowbrook Mall: Houston, Texas

Complying with the 3/24 order of Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo, the mall announced that it would temporarily close. All non-Essential Businesses and the mall's  interior common areas will temporarily cease operations. Food-use tenants may operate for curbside takeout and delivery service, and public access to essential businesses will be permitted.  The mall walker program is temporarily suspended.

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.