Market Street Updates Surrounding COVID-19

Visit The Woodlands

Written by Visit The Woodlands
On March 25, 2020 at 1:48 PM

  • COVID

UPDATED: 4/2/2020

Market Street is closely monitoring reports and recommendations from all local, state, federal, and international health agencies.

“We are taking all reasonable steps to protect our guests and merchants, and are committed to supporting the operations of our retailers,” says Jenny Taylor, General Manager of Market Street.

In light of concerns surrounding COVID-19, retailers and merchants may implement their own corporate policies regarding modified hours or temporary store closures. Market Street is encouraging the public to check with individual retailers to confirm their hours of operation.

Like many organizations in The Woodlands, Market Street is being proactive and cautious about group gatherings.

The following stores remain open at this time:

Curb-side & To-Go Offerings:

  • Chipotle
  • Cru
  • Grotto
  • Potbelly
  • Sweet Paris
  • Uni Sushi
  • Zoe’s Kitchen

Please see our Dining at a Distance post for a complete list of restaurants in The Woodlands offering curb-side and delivery.

Retailers Open:

  • H-E-B
  • Hyatt Centric *
  • LensCrafters
  • Relax the Back
  • The Joint
  • ThrIVe
  • Tide (Vogue) Cleaners
  • Wells Fargo

*View complete list of Open Hotels in The Woodlands here.

The health and well being of guests is the top priority, and Market Street is committed to following CDC, WHO and local officials’ guidelines regarding COVID-19 precautions.

Market Street is working diligently with the housekeeping department to maximize cleanliness and to provide additional disinfecting measures using recommended CDC cleaning supplies as needed throughout the property. In addition, sanitizing stations have been placed in the park area, mews and office lobbies. Due to the high demand of product, these will be available while supplies last and until additional shipments arrive.

Based on the recommendations from the County and Judge Mark Keough, Market Street has cancelled all events through April 30th.

“Safety and security are key priorities for Market Street, and we have confidence that our retailers, their employees and our guests will continue to exercise caution and common sense in the weeks to come,” says Jenny Taylor.

Click here for the most up-to-date information from Market Street.

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