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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. Vehicles, roads, highways, bikes, motorbikes, paths, sidewalks, train, subway and bus stations32% 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. Schools, hospitals, government offices, places of worship10% of Land Use
Eg. Parks, cemetery, golf course7% of Land Use
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.
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.
Eg. Retail businesses, wholesale buying and selling, financial establishments5% of Land Use
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Small malls for the community with anchor stores (department) that attract and ground other smaller stores or chains.
Malls with large department stores with larger specialized stores for a high threshold population
refers to products or commodities or services easily acquired, cheap and needed for survival (food, medicine, milk).
provide low-order commodities and services for a very small population. They might carry food, milk or a local pharmacy.
refers to high rise apartments which can accommodate far more people (250+ per hectare).
refers to wanted yet easily acquired commodities or services (jewellery, clothing, shoes, etc.).
Eg. Factories, warehouses, ribbon industries6% of Land Use
Eg. Single-family houses, town houses, apartment buildings, condos, duplexes, semi-detached homes40% of Land Use
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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