Skip to comments.SF's Ferry Building Marketplace fully re-opens after being reclassified(the way forward?)
Posted on 07/24/2020 7:17:54 PM PDT by Vendome
San Francisco's Ferry Building Marketplace announced Thursday that it is fully open for business, just three days after malls were ordered to close because the county was placed on the state watch list for increased transmission of the coronavirus.
Shops in the market hall without doors leading directly outside were ordered to close Wednesday, in accordance with a statewide public health order.
On Thursday, Hudson Pacific Properties, which owns the building, said that the Ferry Building was being designated as a transport terminal rather than a shopping mall, allowing it to fully reopen, according to KQED.
"As of 7/23/20, both interior and exterior ferry building merchants can once again serve customers indoors," according to a statement from the Marketplace. As we have more information about each merchants hours of operations, we will update them here. Thank you all for your patience and support during this challenging time.
(Excerpt) Read more at sfgate.com ...
Reopen your mall with this one trick...
“...a transport terminal...”
Just about every mall has a whole bunch of bus stops in front of it. Voila! A major transport hub!
San Francisco Ferries? I know, wrong spelling.
Malls could also be designated as teenage day-care centers.
Or Planned parent hood pop up malls.
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