[Tagging] Shop vs amenity

John Willis johnw at mac.com
Thu Aug 27 22:34:26 UTC 2015

I forgot to mention, as most supermarkets are part of large shopping centres (shops ringing a parking lot). the building is built, and the market or whatever is merely a leaseholder.  Many are purpose built inside to be a certain one, but the architecture matches all the other (smaller) shops in the shopping centre. This means the leaseholder has very little say in the architecture choice.  Most of the older supermarkets I know are newer leaseholders in old locations in older centres with distinct styling - without the signs on the front, you couldn't know where one shop stopped and the other began. 


> On Aug 28, 2015, at 7:20 AM, John Willis <johnw at mac.com> wrote:
> To many people, the brand logo out front and the color choice of the paint will signal that it is a market or a dept store far beyond it's architecture, in most cases. 

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