Commercial Land Use Analysis: Retail-services, Part 1
Division of Planning and Zoning, 1970 - City planning
A detailed study of the distribution of retail space in the Indianapolis area and the quantity and character of retail service land. Examines the current demand for retail services and makes recommendations for future retail space requirements.
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Types of Suburban Shopping
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Amusement/Recreat ion Amusement/Recreation Attributable to Resident Automotive Sales Gas average Ayr-Way Business Services Auto CBD SHARE Census of Business central business district Current distribution downtown DSTM Specialties East Market Eating/Drinking estimated existing factors floor space Furn Furni Furniture/Appliances Gas Stations Miscellaneous GRAND TOTAL HAMILTON COUNTY Hancock County Hendricks County Includes Indianapolis SMSA IRTADS area Johnson County Lumber/Bldg./Farm major tenant Marion County market area Market Sector merchandise category Morgan County neighborhood shopping centers NON-CBD SHARE North Market outlying counties overbuilt Personal Services Business portion regional shopping center Repa i r Resident Population RETAIL AND SERVICE retail facilities RETAIL Personal Services retail sales RETAIL-SERVICES SPACE Sales Gas Stations sales volumes SERVICE EXPENDITURES Services Business Services Shelby County shopping facilities shown square feet square foot Stations Miscellaneous Retail TOTAL CONVENIENCE TOTAL OTHER RETAIL TOTAL PROJECTED RETAIL TOTAL RETAIL TOTAL SERVICES trade area ture/Appli ances Unsatisfied Sales Potential Zayre zone