Retailing Exam 2 Cont

Retailing Exam 2 Cont - Retailing Exam#2 Types of store...

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Retailing Exam #2 Types of store locations o Isolated stores A free-standing retailers generally locates along major traffic arteries and does not have any adjacent retailers with which to share traffic Standalone stores EX: Wal-Mart, Costco large store formats; convenient stores (7/11); gas stations. o Most expensive streets in the world (in term of Rent PSF): (1) New York; (2) Hong Kong; (3) Hong Kong; (4) London; (5) Zurich o Unplanned business district Central Business Districts (CBD) EX: Ginza, Tokyo CGB > SBD Secondary Business District (SBD) EX: Barret with Cobb Shopping area smaller than a CBD Cities have multiple SBD Bound by the intersection of two major streets Neighborhood Business District Convenience-oriented shopping needs Supermarket, drugstore, surrounded by a residential area String Town Center Nissan area An unplanned shopping area comprising a group of retail stores, often with similar nor compatible product lines, located along a street or highway
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