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Eg. Vehicles, roads, highways, bikes, motorbikes, paths, sidewalks, train, subway and bus stations32% of Land Use
refers to expensive, less accessible commodities or services.
refer to large chains typically which offer a huge variety of merchandise on one topic while requiring large amounts of space. Sometimes they can act as department stores.
refers to townhouses or low-rise apartments with no more than 5 stories. There are 30-100 residential units per hectare and 75-250 people.
Eg. Schools, hospitals, government offices, places of worship10% of Land Use
provide low-order commodities and services for a very small population. They might carry food, milk or a local pharmacy.
Small malls for the community with anchor stores (department) that attract and ground other smaller stores or chains.
Eg. Parks, cemetery, golf course7% of Land Use
refers to wanted yet easily acquired commodities or services (jewellery, clothing, shoes, etc.).
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Eg. Retail businesses, wholesale buying and selling, financial establishments5% of Land Use
refers to high rise apartments which can accommodate far more people (250+ per hectare).
refers to products or commodities or services easily acquired, cheap and needed for survival (food, medicine, milk).
refers to single family houses such as semi-detached or duplexes. There are typically less than 30 per hectare and 75 people per hectare.
Eg. Single-family houses, town houses, apartment buildings, condos, duplexes, semi-detached homes40% of Land Use
The downtown area with lots of specialized stores, expensive. They have banks, lawyers, financial district and retail district for consumers from all over.
Eg. Factories, warehouses, ribbon industries6% of Land Use
Malls with large department stores with larger specialized stores for a high threshold population
Often found in suburban areas, they contain 5-10 stores (general, low-orders). They also contain small parking areas with some services such as a bank, hardware stores, supermarket

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