Building Type Basics for Retail and Mixed-Use Facilities
John Wiley & Sons, Jan 7, 2004 - Architecture - 246 pages
Provides the nuts-and-bolts material to begin designing a retail or mixed-use facility.
* Features project photographs, diagrams and floor plans, and sections and details.
* Provides need-to-know information on such essential topics as consensus-based decision making, site selection, renovation, code compliance, and more.
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Page 241 - The community center is the in-between or intermediate type of shopping center. The regional center provides shopping goods, general merchandise, apparel, furniture, and home furnishings in full depth and variety. It is built around the full-line department store, with a minimum GLA of 100,000 square feet, as the major drawing power.