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Unformatted text preview: 4114/13 Shopping Center Development Chapter 12 - Characteristics
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See Figure 12.2 Characteristics of Shopping Centers by Type 4I14I13 Shopping Center Development Process
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- Single vs. mum-tenant buildings
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- Commercial hotels
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