Tucson and Park Place malls reopened Tuesday, May 19, two months after coronavirus restrictions closed their doors.
The malls, both operated by Brookfield Properties, have adjusted food court seating to comply with social distancing, and installed hand-sanitizing stations, frequent cleaning and other measures.
While Tucson’s two indoor malls are open, some retailers remain closed, as are the play areas at both properties, valet service, and stroller rental.
On Tuesday, Macy’s was open at Tucson Mall, but not Park Place; Dillard’s was open at both locations. JCPenney at Tucson Mall was closed but its standalone southwest-side location, 5265 S. Calle Santa Cruz, is expected to open Wednesday, May 20.
Mall employees and vendors are expected to wear face coverings while in common areas, and employees have been asked to stay home if they are sick.
Hours at both malls have been changed to 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sundays.
Tucson Premium Outlets, an open-air shopping mall in Marana, reopened May 8.
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