DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – It’s an almost eerie sight at Highland Park Village.

Multiple high-end stores have not only closed, but they’ve moved all their merchandise out of site making the place look like a ghost town.

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Highland Park Village store closed (credit: Brielle Schager).

All that can be seen from the street are empty shelves.

A security guard at the outdoor shopping center tells CBS 11 about half the stores have closed up shop for at least the next two weeks.

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Highland Park Village store closed (credit: Brielle Schager).

Many other shops, malls, restaurants and businesses in North Texas and across the nation have closed temporarily during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Simon Property Group is closing all malls and outlets until March 29.

That includes seven malls in North Texas.

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