• Gap Inc. Oct 23

    Gap Inc. Exiting Malls, to Shutter 350 Stores by 2024

    Gap Inc. is moving away from the nation’s malls. The San Francisco-based brand was for decades a fixture at shopping malls around the country. Now it says it’s closing 220 stores by early 2024. The parent company is also shuttering 130 Banana Republic stores.

  • malls Aug 11

    Grocery Stores Might Be the Next Big Thing to Move Into Malls

    As consumer shopping habits change, America’s shopping malls have anointed many saviors: food halls, movie theaters, gyms. Grocery stores could be next on the list.  Simon Property Group, the largest mall owner in the U.S., hinted at the idea on an earnings call Monday evening. The comments came on the heels of a report that said Amazon was in talks with Simon to...

  • coronavirus Jul 10

    NY Lifts Ban on Nursing Home Visits; State's COVID-19 Cases Top 400K

    Nursing homes and long term care facilities in New York can once again allow visitations but under a strict set of safety measures announced by the State Department of Health on Friday, just as the state’s number of confirmed coronavirus cases passed 400,000. Visits can resume only at facilities that have been without COVID-19 for at least 28 days, State…

  • reopening May 20

    Malls, Retailers, Restaurants Prepare For Phase 1 of Reopening

    As the state begins phase 1 of reopening, retailers, restaurants and malls are prepping for the first day of Gov. Ned Lamont’s plans to open the state. At Connecticut Post Mall, you can see the signs of change before you walk in the door. “All the entrances into the mall have been labeled either exit on one side or entrance…

  • reopening May 19

    Connecticut Post Mall Prepares to Reopen for Customers

    The Connecticut Post Mall is making changes to prepare a safe environment for customers who return on Wednesday

  • malls May 14

    Connecticut Post Mall to Reopen Next Week

    The Connecticut Post Mall will reopen to the public on May 20, company officials announced Thursday. The Milford shopping center is the state’s largest mall. Company officials said they are taking steps to follow the guidelines laid out by the state in the “Reopen Connecticut” plan. The mall closed on March 19 to help curb the spread of the coronavirus….

  • SHOPPING May 12

    Westfield's Meriden, Trumbull Malls to Reopen May 20

    Westfield announced Monday it will reopen its mall locations in Meriden and Trumbull on May 20. Shopping malls across Connecticut were closed in March to curb the spread of the coronavirus. Malls are included in the first phase of reopening, state officials said last week, but they will have to follow the retail guidelines. Westfield said the shopping centers will…

  • georgia May 4

    Long Lines as Malls Reopen in Georgia

    Some Georgia shopping malls reopened Monday, but once inside, guests were greeted by many closed stores.

  • coronavirus closures Mar 19

    Malls, Bowling Alleys and Amusement Parks Ordered to Close Across CT, NY, NJ & PA

    The indoor sections of shopping malls, amusement parks, and bowling alleys across Connecticut, New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania have been ordered to close, Gov. Ned Lamont announced Wednesday. The move is the latest effort to reduce public gathering spaces in an effort to contain the spread of the coronavirus. The closures go into effect Thursday at 8 p.m. More…

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