NewMark Merrill Companies, Inc. is committed to supporting our communities, merchants and customers during the COVID-19 global pandemic. We are working hard to keep our shopping center clean and open so our customers can shop at essential businesses like our grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants and many other tenants still open for business today.
We are monitoring all notices, updates, and recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and federal, state and local agencies on how we can help prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus and protect our employees, customers and partners at this time.
Everyone has been affected during these challenging times and University Village is committed more than ever to remaining a central part of our communities. We are working to create a stronger community, by providing frequent communication on our operating tenants and letters from our president and CEO.
Please click on the links below to see a copy of our communications to our tenants and communities:
Letter to our community on March 20th
Initial correspondence to our tenants on March 20th explaining our plan to support our tenants and communities by keeping our shopping centers open and clean and details on how to take advantage of the low interest SBA loans for small businesses.
Letter to our community on April 13th
We communicated with customers at all of our shopping centers on April 13th thanking them for their continued support of our essential businesses and restaurants.
Letter to our community on May 20th
On May 20th, we sent a letter to our neighbors explaining the steps we are taking to enhance their experience when visiting our shopping center as stay at home orders are lessened like adding curbside delivery zones and signage, hand sanitizing stations, health and safety signage and more.