H&M Closes Its Massive Union Square Store
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.