Shopping Malls

Some articles on shopping malls, shopping mall, mall, shopping:

Crossroads - Places - United States - Shopping Malls
... Crossroads Center, a shopping mall in St ... Cloud, Minnesota Crossroads Center (Waterloo, IA), a shopping mall in Waterloo, Iowa Crossroads Mall (Boulder), a former shopping mall in Boulder, Colorado Crossroads Mall (Florida), a ... Petersburg, Florida Bay Area Crossroads Mall (Omaha), a shopping mall in Omaha, Nebraska Crossroads Mall (Oklahoma), a shopping mall in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Crossroads Plaza (North Carolina), a ...
Sherman Dreiseszun - Shopping Malls
... Oak Park Mall in Kansas City Crestview Hills Mall, in Crestview Hills, Kentucky Westminster Mall, Denver, Colorado Metcalf South Shopping Center, Kansas City (1967) Buckingham ...
Central Business District, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan - Commercial and Industrial - Shopping Malls - MacIntosh Mall
... MacIntosh Mall is the smaller mall attached to the Co-op ... It houses many services and local businesses ...
Jinan - Main Sights - Shopping Centers
... Most shopping malls in Jinan are in the downtown area centered around Spring City Square (泉城广场) and Spring City Road (泉城路) ... a music fountain, a 46,000 square meter underground shopping center and a memorial hall with statues of famous people from Shandong ... Therefore newly-built shopping malls with traditional Chinese architectural styles and modern western skyscrapers can be found side-by-side along Spring City Road ...
Majid Al Futtaim Group
... The group develops shopping malls throughout the MENA region ... Arab Emirates (UAE), the group's flagship enterprise is the Mall of the Emirates comprising 223,000 square metres of shopping space hosting 520 international ... The mall, which opened in September 2005, has as its anchor tenant the biggest Carrefour hypermarket in Dubai ...

Famous quotes related to shopping malls:

    Shopping malls are liquid TVs for the end of the twentieth century. A whole micro-circuitry of desire, ideology and expenditure for processed bodies drifting through the cyber-space of ultracapitalism.
    Arthur Kroker (b. 1945)

    The new shopping malls make possible the synthesis of all consumer activities, not least of which are shopping, flirting with objects, idle wandering, and all the permutations of these.
    Jean Baudrillard (b. 1929)

    The most important fact about our shopping malls, as distinct from the ordinary shopping centers where we go for our groceries, is that we do not need most of what they sell, not even for our pleasure or entertainment, not really even for a sensation of luxury. Little in them is essential to our survival, our work, or our play, and the same is true of the boutiques that multiply on our streets.
    Henry Fairlie (1924–1990)