shopping mall

(redirected from Shopping plaza)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Other businesses displaced from the Northboro Shopping Plaza are getting back on their feet as well.
CDA's counsel informed the court that shopping Plaza has been sealed due to non-payment government dues and illegal construction adding that notices has been served in this regard.
According to Rescue 1122, the fire erupted in a shopping plaza in Ichhra Ferozpur Road which engulfed a number of shops.
A divisible, 84,000 s/f retail space remains available at the shopping plaza, which is called the "Shoppes on Main.
According to information, TMA issued the second notice to traders to vacate the shops of TMA shopping plaza and Main Bazaars.
This major redevelopment of the former Garden State Park Race Track is one of the largest overall developments in the northeast and will be comprised of two retail phases, including Marketplace at Garden State Park, a 530,000 s/f regional shopping plaza where Dick's will be located, and Towne Place at Garden State Park, a 230,000 s/f lifestyle center that will also serve as Cherry Hill's new downtown.
A joint venture between Edgewood Properties and JMP Holdings, this major redevelopment of the former Garden State Park Race Track will be comprised of two retail phases, including Marketplace at Garden State Park, a 530,000 s/f regional shopping plaza where Wegman's will be located and Towne Place at Garden State Park, a 200,000 s/f lifestyle center that will also serve as Cherry Hill's new downtown.