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Urban Governmental issues Urban Emergency 2 Review Rural Development and Malling of America Ascent of "Enormous Box" Retailers Effect of Rural areas on Urban Legislative issues Rural Development Most noteworthy recipients of elected expressway projects and land were engineers of shopping centers Rural Development
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Urban Politics Urban Crisis 2

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Overview Suburban Growth and Malling of America Rise of “Big Box” Retailers Impact of Suburbs on Urban Politics

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Suburban Growth Greatest recipients of government parkway projects and land were designers of shopping centers

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Suburban Growth Between mid 1950s and late 1970s: 22,000 rural malls fabricated By late 1990s: 43,000

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Suburban Growth That incorporates a large number of strip shopping centers one principle grapple with littler stores, confronting stopping

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Suburban Growth Regional shopping centers 30 sections of land generally encased no less than one stay store with 100,000 feet leasable space

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Suburban Growth Superregional shopping centers all out 1,400,000 square feet of leasable space e.g., Mall of American (Bloomington, Minnesota) 4 grapple stores, 520 stores, 51 eateries, 8 clubs, 14 motion picture screens, and an amusement park

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Suburban Growth Mall of America: 4.2 million square feet 2.5 million square feet of leasable space 600,000 to 900,000 guests week after week 42.5 million guests for every year* *tops Disney World, Graceland, and Grand Canyon as most mainstream traveler destination in U.S.

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Rise of “Big Box” Retailers Development of “edge nodes” Growth ranges of business advancement as a rule outside of downtown urban zones close interstate thruway trades Usually do not have general society space, travel, person on foot civilities, and general thickness of a conventional downtown.

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Rise of “Big Box” Retailers With advancement of edge hubs accentuation is on vehicles instead of person on foot Rapid deterioration of area, quick turnover of occupants Build modest structures with huge signs

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Rise of “Big Box” Retailers Rise of Walmart Challenge to Malls and keys to “success” have everything have it less expensive

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Rise of “Big Box’ Retailers Expansion of “Category Killer” stores: particular “Big Box” stores Toys ‘R Us (toys), Staples (office supplies) Home Depot (home supplies) intend to overwhelm a particular business sector corner

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Rise of “Big Box” Retailers Warehouse style structures with little association or collaboration with neighborhood or town in which found Look the same all over the place Rapid devaluation and relinqu

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