H&M Closes Its Massive Union Square Store
Goodbye to H&M’s West Coast Flagship store on Powell Street
By Becca Bandit - posted 11/25/2020 No Comment
San Francisco has lost another major retailer in its downtown Union Square shopping district due to the ongoing pandemic.
SFGate has reported that Swedish fast fashion brand H&M has permanently closed its West Coast flagship store in downtown San Francisco.
The massive 35,000 sqft two-story shop opened in 2005 on Powell Street. Its location was busy for locals and tourists alike as it was just one block from the cable car turnaround.
H&M joins Gap which also closed its San Francisco Flagship store earlier this year.
H&M still has two other locations in San Francisco, at the Westfield San Francisco Centre and the Stonestown Galleria, both mall locations.