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Boise Towne Square isn’t open yet, sets reopening date

Boise Towne Square Mall in Boise closed more than a month ago, right before Gov. Brad Little announces a stay at home order for the state.

Now, mall managers are planning to reopen the doors.

The mall will reopen for business on Tuesday May 5th, according to a posting on its website.

[Analysis: Boise’s mall area a significant local economic engine, tied to big national retailers]

Mall general manager Jack Yejekwe confirmed the mall’s opening. He didn’t immediately respond to our question about which stores would be open.

Some retailers, like Macy’s, said it hopes to get all its stores back open in the next six to eight weeks.

Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced that most retail businesses could start reopening today.

The mall has more than 100 tenants, mostly weighted toward national retailers. A very few restaurants remained open for carryout service.

Don Day - BoiseDev Editor
Don is the founder and publisher of BoiseDev. He is a National Edward R. Murrow Award winner and a Stanford University John S. Knight Fellow. Contact him at [email protected].

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