Taubman Centers is going dark in response to COVID-19 with the exception of two outdoor centers. The Real Estate Investment Trust has stated that its malls will close today (March 19) and remain closed until March 29.

“After numerous discussions with state and local officials, we will temporarily cease operations in all but two centers this evening,” said the company’s chairman, president, and CEO Robert S. Taubman. “We are clearly in unprecedented times and this is the right decision for our shoppers, retailers, employees and these communities.”

In China, Taubman said the two malls it operates, which were temporarily closed due to the virus, were reopened in late February. The mall it operates in South Korea never closed.

Following is the list of the Taubman malls that will temporarily close:

Beverly Center (Los Angeles) 
Sunvalley Shopping Center (Concord) 
The Gardens on El Paseo (Palm Desert)
Cherry Creek Shopping Center (Denver)
Stamford Town Center (Stamford) 
Westfarms Mall (West Hartford)
Dolphin Mall (Miami) 
International Plaza (Tampa) 
The Mall at University Town Center (Sarasota)
Great Lakes Crossing Outlets (Auburn Hills) 
Twelve Oaks Mall (Novi)
New Jersey 
The Mall at Short Hills (Short Hills)
Puerto Rico 
The Mall of San Juan (San Juan)
The Mall at Green Hills (Nashville)
City Creek Center (Salk Lake City)
Fair Oaks Mall (Fairfax)