TROY, Mich. (WXYZ) — Somerset Collection is planning to re-open Friday, May 29, with reduced hours.
“Our retailers are looking forward to re-engaging with our guests and delivering a customized experience that adheres to Governor Whitmer’s executive orders,” said Nathan Forbes, Managing Partner of The Forbes Company.
Somerset will continue curbside pickup with more than 50 retailers participating.
“The recent decision to open retail within the current guidelines offers our staff and retailers the opportunity to welcome guests back to Somerset Collection with a laser focus on presenting a safe and comfortable environment," Forbes said.
Somerset will be open from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily.
In addition to following mandated health and safety protocols, Somerset will have enhanced precautions including entryway greeters to open doors and providing masks.
Restaurants will also continue carryout service. Representatives say Somerset is working with retailers as they make their individual decisions to re-open.
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