Classifications of retail stores and shopping centres: some methodological issues Created Date: ZTypes of Retail outlets. Department Stores. A department store is a setup which offers wide range of products to the endusers under one roof. In a department store, the consumers can get almost all the products they aspire to shop at one place only. classifications of retail stores and shopping centres
1. RETAIL AS A VERY UNIQUE URBAN LAND USE. Retail land uses constitute a significant part of the urban environment in all developed, as well as in a substantial and growing proportion of developing countries. In South Africa there are 1 619 formal shopping centres ranging from 1
A Shopping Centre is defined as a major integrated retail centre under single management with at least 1, 000 sq. m of lettable retail floorspace. Gross Lettable Area (GLA) is assessed according to the Property Council of Australias Method of used to determine if the current shopping center classifications should be expanded, modified, or enhanced. In general, subclassification of shopping centers can be applied at several levels of aggregation. At the macro level, proper classification of retail properties can provide a snapshot of theclassifications of retail stores and shopping centres GeneralPurpose Centers 112, 520. SuperRegional Mall Similar in concept to regional malls, but offering more variety and assortment. 620 778, 336, 548 10. 2 1, 255, 382 800, 000 3 5070 NA Fullline or junior department store, mass merchant, discount department store andor fashion apparel store.
An outlet mall (also known as outlet centre) is a brick and mortar (sometimes online retail store) is a shopping mall in which a manufacturer sells their products directly to the general public through their own retail stores. While other stores in the outlet mall sell returned products and discounted goods, generally at reduced prices. classifications of retail stores and shopping centres There are many different types of retail stores, including clothing stores, food stores, beauty stores, jewelry stores, office supply and stationery stores, lawn and garden stores, and gasoline stations. Many more retail stores exist, such as building supply stores and specialty stores. For retail outlets, classifications based upon types of goods sold, and types of shopping trip, are discussed. This is followed by an analysis of modern large store development which reflects property developers' and retailers' concerns. Areas devoted to retail uses are subdivided into unplanned retail areas and planned shopping centres. the total retail spent in shopping centres is between 60 and 65; the largest shopping centres in South Africa range between 120 000m and 170 000m; an estimated 2 million households benefit from this sector in terms of direct and indirect employment. Knowing the types of shopping centers and the likely visitor experiences are helpful when deciding on the best shopping stop for your group. The following characteristics and definitions of 9 types of shopping centers from the International Association of Shopping Centers (ICSC) are useful guidelines when planning group shopping stops.