According to Eric Goldstein, executive director of the King of Prussia District, shoppers visiting King of Prussia Mall in the future will see changes such as decals on floors to direct customers, limited food court seating, and closed off play areas and fountains.
“It may look a little bit different, wearing masks or having limitations on the number of people allowed into restaurants and retail locations,” said Goldstein. “I still think people are going to go out and start doing things again because let’s face it, it’s human nature.”
Meanwhile, Ryan Rosenbaum, executive director of Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce, said that the chamber’s retail and restaurant members from the mall are eager to reopen their doors.
“It’s lives versus livelihoods,” he said. “They want health and safety, but they also want to be able to conduct commerce and provide for their families.”
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