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The closing is due to COVID and the end of a lease. The owner hopes to reopen elsewhere in 2022.
She turns abstract forms into some of the region’s most beloved public art, including the Pike Place Market pig.
The malls plan to have him in person and socially distanced. “We need holiday cheer,” says a mall manager.