LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Downtown Container Park is among a number of open-air retail centers reopening during Phase One of Nevada's reopen plans.
The food-and-retail complex, located on Fremont Street, is expected to operate from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day starting on May 14.
However, management did say that some businesses or services may not be open during Phase One, including the praying mantis that welcomes guests out front and the courtyard playground.
More information from the container park is available here.
Downtown Summerlin, another open-air retail destination, also said certain restaurants and businesses are reopening their doors to guests among Gov. Sisolak's guidelines.
"We are pleased to see our community expressing its enthusiasm over social media for the businesses that are beginning to resume their operations in Downtown Summerlin. The safety and well-being of our customers, tenants, and employees remain our top priority. We are ready to welcome people back to Downtown Summerlin, following the guidelines of our governor," said Andrew Ciarrocchi, vice president of management and operations, The Howard Hughes Corporation.
Wolfgang Puck Players Locker restaurant reopened over the weekend and was the first Wolfgang Puck restaurant to reopen worldwide, according to representatives.
Other restaurants include Crazy Pita, Grape Street Wine Bar, Maggiano's Little Italy, with the Farmers Market continuing walk-up sales, among others.
Retail options include curbside pick up with in-store offerings available at about 30 locations within the complex, with more openings expected in the coming week.
A Downtown Summerlin spokesperson said the property is enhancing current safety measures throughout the common areas and has implemented enhanced cleaning and disinfecting practices.
More information on Downtown Summerlin is available here.
The Las Vegas North Premium Outlets are also open this week. The outlet center said it reopened on May 11, under a comprehensive COVID-19 exposure control policy.
"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 look forward to once again serving the needs of our community, and do so safely and responsibly," said Rajeev Chhabra, Area General Manager at Las Vegas North Premium Outlets.
More information on its reopening can be found here.
Town Square Las Vegas said tenants have begun to reopen their doors as well amid the Phase One plan, starting on May 9.
#TownSquareLV is opening tomorrow (Saturday, May 9)! Please check with your favorite retailer for hours and social distancing procedures.
Entertainment venues and common areas (including the Children's Park, The Green, and Town Square Park) will remain closed. pic.twitter.com/GJXhGvXuAv
— TownSquareLasVegas (@ShopTownSquare) May 8, 2020
The retail and dining complex said many of its restaurants and retail stores continue to offer curbside pickups as options too.
More information about Town Square is available here.