The Denver Post - - BUSINESS - — Ethan Mill­man, The Den­ver Post

Colorado Mills, the Lake­wood mall dam­aged by a hail­storm in May, said Wed­nes­day that it plans to open com­mon ar­eas in the build­ing be­fore Black Friday af­ter Thanks­giv­ing, with many ten­ants back in business.

“Our goal is to have the com­mon ar­eas open, safe and func­tional be­fore Black Friday and to have as many ten­ants open as pos­si­ble,” the mall said in a state­ment.

“Fin­ishes of com­mon ar­eas will be com­pleted dur­ing evening hours ex­tend­ing into early 2018.”

The mall has pre­vi­ously said it hopes to fully re­open by the hol­i­day shop­ping sea­son.

While most of Colorado Mills has been closed since May, Su­per Tar­get and UA Colorado Mills Sta­dium 16, two of its an­chor ten­ants, went back in business within a week of the storm.

Mills brought Lake­wood nearly $350,000 a month, and the clo­sure was ex­pected to cost the city $2.1 mil­lion over the six months the mall was closed.

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