The purpose of this paper is to set forth the way in which a specific sub-retail center has been planned and built in order to more efficiently serve the trade territory on which it depends. The shopping center selected for study is one of several strikingly similar projects which are being developed in widely separated areas west of the Mississippi River. All have been in operation a relatively short period of time, each was begun almost immediately after the financial crisis of 1929, and each has been built to meet the demand by automobile trade for more accessible and less congested shopping areas.
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King, Carol F. and Gillespie, Mary Grace
"The Highland Park Shopping Village: A Planned Sub-Retail Center,"
Field and Laboratory: Vol. 8
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