March 12, 2020

To Our Most Valued Shoppers:

As the coronavirus continues to make headlines both here and abroad, our hearts go out to all those affected in our area and throughout the world.  We know you’re receiving letters from airlines, stores and service providers, and we don’t want our message to be lost. We want you to truly know that we consider you a real part of the Hacienda Crossings family, and that we care about your health and safety above all else.

 

Like you, we are closely following the news and monitoring the virus’ impact on our community. Because we are real people who live and work in this community just as you do, we fully understand what worries you and we want to address that. Talking about the coronavirus and how to contain it is such an important topic for everyone to be having these days. With the rapid developments related to this virus and the concerns people everywhere share over its spread, it’s important that we all work together to prevent and eradicate it as quickly as possible.

 

To do that, we’ve increased our cleaning schedules throughout the center, concentrating extra attention on high-traffic areas.  We are using top-grade, industry-approved disinfectants. In addition, we’ve instituted new training programs for the staff that work in and keep our common areas clean. Of course, we are also actively monitoring the threat the virus poses in our community, and we are closely following the safety and prevention protocols offered by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and our local public health officials.

 

With these measures firmly in place, we are optimistic that this health crisis will soon come to an end.  In the meantime, we remain open for business and ready to serve you, taking every precaution possible to protect the health of you and your family, our employees and our tenants every step of the way.

 

Sincerely,

Tony Smith, Senior General Manager

Madison Marquette Real Estate Services Inc.

As Agent for Owner

BIT Holdings Sixty-Three, Inc.

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COVID-19 UPDATE – Hacienda Crossings

March 18, 2020

As the coronavirus continues to make headlines both here and abroad, our hearts go out to all those affected in our area and throughout the world. We are taking all necessary precautions for maintaining a safe environment which is our top priority to help protect the safety of our community.

In compliance with the order from the county health department, and for the health and safety of our community, Hacienda Crossings has closed most of its operations. Some stores may still be open based on the government’s order that ‘essential’ retail remain in operation and some of our dining locations will be providing take-out/delivery services. Please check individual restaurants and stores for their modified or closure details.

We continue to monitor the situation and the government’s response. Hacienda Crossings fully supports each of our business partners at the Center in their individual decisions to help stop the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic.

Here are the steps we are taking:

  • Frequent disinfecting of commonly touched surfaces in the center daily
  • Postponement or cancelation of any Center sponsored events
  • Encouragement of practicing the recommended social distancing

The CDC reminds us that there are several steps for any virus that we can take to protect our health and those around us. We encourage everyone to follow these measures:

  • Washing hands frequently with soap and water
  • Avoiding touching eyes, nose or mouth with unwashed hands
  • Avoiding close contact with people who are sick
  • If you do become sick with respiratory symptoms like fever and cough, please stay away from work, school or other people to avoid spreading illness

 

We want you to truly know that we consider you a real part of the Hacienda Crossings family, and that we care about your health and safety above all else.

Sincerely,

Hacienda Crossings Management Team

If you would like to learn more about COVID-19, we recommend visiting government health websites for the most up-to-date information:  www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/