A mall in Roseville, California is shutting down its first-floor entrance after complaints from its employees and neighbors about noise and poor customer service.
The Roseville News-Herald reported Thursday that the mall was set to open at 8 a.m.
Saturday, but has been postponed to April 15, the last day of classes for the first-year students.
In an email to the news organization, Roseville mall spokeswoman Christine Johnson said the company received several complaints about noise at the entrance, as well as the building’s smell.
“These are concerns that we have been working on, and have taken into account, and are now ready to act upon,” Johnson wrote.
The mall will open its new entry in early May.
According to the Roseville news-herald, some neighbors have said they are concerned about the mall’s proximity to the city’s major thoroughfares and that the noise might increase if people are walking the mall.
The news-house reported that one of the mall employees told The Associated Press that the employees work at the mall, which opened in 2013.
The Associated Statesman-Dispatch in California reported in February that the Roseland mall is home to the country’s largest collection of No. 1 hits.