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shop

noun A place where a thing is produced and/or displayed and sold.

verb To peruse or purchase wares from an emporium or enterprise.

shop

See Sweatshop, Workshop.
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The city has the capacity for these new centres without affecting the long-term viability of existing shopping centres," Wong says.
Place Fleur de Lys is an 865,000 enclosed regional shopping centre located in Quebec City, Quebec.
Mitchell Goldhar, President and CEO of First Pro said "This sale of recently completed shopping centres illustrates the synergies that exist in the relationship between First Pro and RioCan.
RioCan and Kimco have acquired a portfolio of four unenclosed, food-anchored shopping centres in British Columbia from Schroeder Properties in a $170 million transaction, of which approximately $60 million is the cash component with the balance represented by mortgages assumed.
These two shopping centres have 268,000 and 274,000 square feet of leasable area, respectively, and include Wal-Mart, National Grocers (Loblaws) and A&P amongst their tenants.
Anchored by a 68,000 square foot Zellers department store and a 37,000 square foot Zehrs (Loblaws) food supermarket, Stanley ParkMall is a 172,000 square foot community shopping centre located atthe southwest corner of River Road East and Ottawa Street North, one of the major intersections in Kitchener's southern residentialneighborhood.
The three shopping centres aggregate in excess of 193,000 square feet of leasable area.
Trafalgar Ridge, a 60,352 square foot open community shopping centre located in Oakville on Trafalgar Road just south of Highway 5 and adjacent to a fast-growing residential area.
Peninsula Village Shopping Centre is widely regarded as one of Western Canada's best open community shopping centres, "said Christopher Dingle, President and CEO of RealFund.
The 11 shopping centres contain in the aggregate approximately 2,169,000 square feet of leasable area.
Six of the shopping centres are located in Ontario and all are anchored by national supermarket chains.
Atlantic Shopping Centres Limited today also announced its intention to amalgamate with certain of its wholly owned direct and indirect subsidiaries, including Halifax Developments Limited and Canadian Shopping Centres Limited, to carry on business as Atlantic Shopping Centres Limited.