No date has yet been set by owner Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG) to reopen the King of Prussia Mall and its other Philadelphia-area retail properties, including Philadelphia Mills and the Philadelphia Premium Outlets. Featuring a diverse mix of over 450 stores, including Nordstrom, Macy's, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale's, Lord & Taylor, Primark and Dick's Sporting Goods, and a collection of luxury retailers unsurpassed in the region, King of Prussia is one of the most iconic malls in the nation. May 22, 2020. The King of Prussia Mall opened to throngs of shoppers as the Philadelphia suburbs moved into the green stage. Malls in the Lehigh Valley and King of Prussia remain closed under the governor’s phased reopening plan. King Of Prussia Mall Reopens Friday With Shorter Hours, Restrictions In Place. Contact each retailer or restaurant directly for more information. But as WLVR’s Megan Frank reports, when they do reopen… Area malls make plans to reopen in future, with social distancing changes. Filed Under: coronavirus, King of Prussia Mall, Local, Local TV. Normal & special operating hours for King of Prussia® Store hours may vary from center hours. By Megan Frank. Simon Property Group, which owns the King of Prussia mall near Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley Mall in Allentown, announced via a news release on April 28 that it plans to reopen several of its malls across the country, though it seems its Pa. shopping centers will stay closed for now. KING OF PRUSSIA, PA — As certain coronavirus mitigation measures are lifted around Pennsylvania, some businesses are reopening their doors. Simon Property Group, which owns the King of Prussia mall near Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley Mall in Allentown, announced via a news release on April 28 that it plans to reopen … By CBS3 Staff June 26, 2020 at 11:00 am. In Pennsylvania, the King of Prussia Mall welcomed shoppers on Friday as Southeastern Pennsylvania moved into its “green phase,” which eases restrictions to allow the economy to strategically reopen. But they'll be opening their doors to a murky, post-pandemic future, one that is doubtful to resemble the world before the outbreak began.