The Fashion Center in Pentagon City today announced it will reopen on May 29. As part of the reopening process, the property publishes a comprehensive COVID-19 Exposure Control Policy, which was developed together with a team of leading experts in the field of Epidemiology and Environmental Health. and Safety (EHS), to provide a higher safety standard on property.
The Fashion Center in Pentagon City improving safety protocols has been communicated to all tenants, who are expected to comply with the same strict policy in their tenant space. In addition, property has joined with local non-profit organizations to support initiatives aimed at helping those in the community experience difficulties as a result of COVID-19.
“The health, safety and well-being of the communities we serve will always be our top priority, and we have developed a comprehensive and detailed protocol set that highlights the extraordinary actions we have taken for buyers, retailers and employees when we reopen,” Said Jonathan Juricic, General Manager at the Fashion Center in Pentagon City. “We also recognize that individuals and families in our community suffer significant difficulties as a result of COVID-19 and economic closure, and we believe that reopening our property will not only help people return to work during these difficult times, but also allows us to use our property to better support charitable initiatives. “
Health and safety
The property management team strictly analyzes all aspects of the shopping experience and designs a comprehensive set of safety protocols that cover the following areas:
- Improved sanitation and disinfectants use products approved by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) with an emphasis on high traffic locations such as eating areas, toilets, escalators, stairs, directories, trash cans and door knobs.
- Shopping safeguards which include providing protective masks, cleaning wipes and temperature testing at the entrance or property office, and encouraging pre-visit health checks to ensure buyers remain at home if they show COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms within 72 hours.
- Hand sanitation stations will be used throughout the property.
- Signages that promote CDC guidelines for maintaining personal hygiene will be clearly displayed throughout the property.
- Pre-emptive employee health checks to ensure that employees do not arrive at work within 72 hours after showing COVID-19 or flu-like symptoms.
- Employee safety protection includes applying the CDC COVID-19 hand washing protocol, which is often done, and offering personal protective equipment in addition to the practices recommended by other CDCs.
- Promotion and enforcement of distance social practices, including limits on occupancy, distance of furniture and restrooms, closure of play areas and trains, and coordinated traffic flow with traffic signs and distance markers.
The Fashion Center in Pentagon City was closed on March 19 to address the spread of COVID-19. Reopening provides a much needed economic boost for local communities affected by COVID-19. The Fashion Center in Pentagon City is an important economic engine for the local community, providing more than 1,700 jobs and contributing $ 24.3 million in sales tax and $ 8.0 million in property tax revenue for the country. This tax revenue funds important services in the community, including education and infrastructure, as well as health and safety services.
“Our property is an integral part of our community not only in terms of shopping, dining and entertainment, but also job creation, small business growth and community support. We hope to once again serve the needs of our community, and do so in a safe and responsible manner, “said Mr. Juricic.
In addition to reopening, the Fashion Center in Pentagon City has joined a national initiative to host a food bank, clothing donations, COVID-19 cellular test, and blood donation as part of an effort to reach 1,300 health care providers, government agencies and non-profit organizations.
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