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shopping mall

a large enclosed shopping centre

Shopping mall

A shopping center enclosed within a large structure and placed around a central atrium; may have numerous stores, entertainment facilities such as movie theaters, fast-food outlets, restaurants, and public areas.

shopping mall

A shopping center enclosed within a large structure; often two or three stories high, often designed around a central atrium; may have numerous stores, as well as entertainment facilities such as movie theaters, fast-food outlets, restaurants, and public areas.
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Bored with an odd assortment of independent tenants holding together a dark, outmoded indoor mall, shoppers fled for the larger Northridge Fashion Center and tonier Westfield Shoppingtown Topanga.
The Meadowlands, a large indoor mall, is seeking smaller tenants, which should not have an effect on Harmon Meadow's retail stores.
Now, as industry trends shift, Lombard and Yorktown remain aggressive about changing with the times, branching into the hotter-than-hot lifestyle market as the singular reign of the indoor mall comes to an end.
The new technology enables accurate navigation as the user walks underground between subway lines, around indoor malls or in other indoor areas where GPS signals are not available for reliable navigation.
The shopping precinct became outdated too, with shoppers preferring indoor malls such as Newcastle's Eldon Square or, later, the MetroCentre.
With the holiday shopping season upon us, your naturally curious Whispers staff wondered last week how indoor malls are faring.
Indeed, many in India's retail development industry believe that indoor malls have a bright future in this crowded and often intemperate south Asian nation.
Research that is unashamedly geared towards encouraging more non-shopping males to join their wives and girlfriends queuing at the cash tills, is being carried out by the Arndale Centre, one of a chain of indoor malls, in Luton.
Finally, on May 26th (1998), WellsPark Group contractually signed and announced a complete roll-out for its 31 indoor malls.
This is a prime example of the nationwide trend away from indoor malls.
When determining where they will shop, Garden State consumers voiced a decided preference for department stores (62 percent) as their first choice for store type and indoor malls (63 percent) as their preferred location.

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