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Downtown SF’s Huge “Old Navy” to Close July 1st

The latest domino to fall comes after the flagship Old Navy at 4th and Market closes after 24 years
By - posted 6/7/2023 No Comment

Old Navy’s Iconic flagship Market Street store in San Francisco has less than a month to go.

The huge 73,000 sq ft. store, which has held its spot at the corner of 4th and Market Street in downtown San Francisco since 1999 is set to close on July 1, 2023.

Old Navy’s closure after 24 years, of course, is not an isolated event, as many other retailers in downtown San Francisco have recently faced similar challenges. Major brands like Williams Sonoma, Nordstrom, and Saks Off 5th have all announced store closings in the city during the month of May.

If you’re still looking for your discount threads fix, you can still find other Old Navy outlets in the Bay Area can be found on Folsom Street in San Francisco, as well as in Daly City, Colma, and Emeryville.

In the meantime for the rest of June, the Old Navy (801 Market St.) is open 10am to 8pm Monday through Saturday and 10am to 7pm on Sunday.

And please, dear god, we hope that the Trader Joe’s around the corner won’t be affected.

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