Miller Trunk Corridor - Strip Malls

Strip Malls

  • Burning Tree Plaza
  • Matterhorn Mall
  • Stone Ridge Shopping Center
  • Village Square Mall

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New York State Route 179 - Route Description
... eastward through the town of Hamburg as the Mile Strip Expressway, running north as a four-lane boulevard north of a stamping plant, operated by the Ford ... Just after the stamping plant, NY 179 enters its first interchange, Mile Strip Road, which connects to NY 179 east via a jughandle ... ends and NY 179 becomes the four-lane arterial boulevard known as Mile Strip Road ...
Strip Mall - Architectural Styles
... Strip malls vary widely in architecture ... Older strip malls tend to have plain architecture with the stores arranged in a straight row, though L-shaped configurations are not uncommon ... Newer strip malls are often built with elaborate architecture to blend in with the neighborhood and to attract the upscale consumer ...
New York State Route 78 - Route Description - Erie County - Transit Road
... Passing several strip malls, NY 78 and US 20 continue north along Transit Road, passing several residential complexes ... Passing several strip malls, the route expands to eight lanes, entering an intersection with NY 5 (Main Street) ... NY 78 passes through more strip malls to the north of NY 324, criss-crossing between the town lines of Amherst and Clarence ...
Sylva, North Carolina - Neighborhoods
... with a few commercial areas near the highways, including several gas stations, strip malls, fast food restaurants, and banks ... the years, and hasn't seen much commercial development outside of a restaurant, strip malls, and thrift stores ... It is home to many shopping centers, strip malls, two supermarkets, the town's movie theater, known as Quinn Theaters (1980), gas stations, and fast food restaurants ...

Famous quotes containing the words malls and/or strip:

    The figured wheel rolls through shopping malls and prisons,
    Over farms, small and immense, and the rotten little downtowns.
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    The annals of this voracious beach! who could write them, unless it were a shipwrecked sailor? How many who have seen it have seen it only in the midst of danger and distress, the last strip of earth which their mortal eyes beheld. Think of the amount of suffering which a single strand had witnessed! The ancients would have represented it as a sea-monster with open jaws, more terrible than Scylla and Charybdis.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)