AT&T to shut downtown San Francisco retailer – NBC Bay Space

The exodus from downtown continued on Thursday as another San Francisco flagship store closed its doors.

Telecom company AT&T announced Thursday that it would close its Union Square branch on August 1.

A spokesman said consumers’ shopping habits have changed and they need to change with them.

All affected employees will be offered jobs at various locations throughout the city

AT&T isn’t the only telecom giant making similar moves from downtown San Francisco.

Last month, T-Mobile closed its Union Square store.

Overall, more than a dozen national retailers have left San Francisco so far this year.

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