The big shopping malls of today are becoming increasingly smaller and more concentrated, as the number of people living in cities and suburbs continues to grow.
As a result, many shoppers are moving to smaller and less dense malls that have smaller footprints and fewer amenities.
In fact, most shopping malls today are more than 10 years old, meaning that they have been operating for decades.
To prepare for the future, some malls are changing their designs and concepts to make shopping more efficient and less costly, while others are looking to expand their footprint and offer more amenities.
Here are five shopping mall trends to keep an eye on:1.
The mall will become less walkableThe number of stores and stores in a shopping center has decreased since the 1980s, when the number rose dramatically, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
Today, fewer than 10 percent of shopping centers have more than 100 stores.
In the 1980, just over half of shopping center locations had more than 500 stores, and fewer than 20 percent had more then 10.
The number of retail outlets has also fallen.2.
The malls are closing.
The last major shopping center closure in the U.”s history occurred in 1993, when Macy’s closed its doors and the Grand Central Terminal closed.
In 2015, the last mall closing in the United States occurred in the Great Recession, when Target and Home Depot closed.
Mall closures can be very difficult to adapt to, especially when they involve new businesses or new demographics.
For example, Macy’s closing in 2013 prompted many malls to close their doors to new businesses.
This year, a new mall is opening in downtown Orlando, Florida.3.
The shopping center will get bigger.
Some shopping centers are planning to expand, and the new malls will be able to accommodate more shoppers.
For instance, The Galleria Mall in Florida opened in 2019 and has plans to expand to 2 million square feet, with more than 7,000 spaces for the entire complex.4.
The new malls are likely to attract people who are older, less affluent and less urban.
A new mall could attract people from a wider range of communities, from suburban to rural to suburban.
In addition, a mall that attracts younger people will have more options for people looking to shop and eat in a more affordable environment.5.
The stores will become more efficientThe stores are also getting more efficient, with many malls being equipped with smart signage that automatically identifies the merchandise they sell.
The more efficient the store, the more people can buy and the more money stores make.
These stores are becoming more efficient in the way they sell products and are becoming better at using technology to provide personalized service.6.
The retailers will become cheaperThe retailers are also becoming cheaper, as they are becoming less reliant on salespeople and more flexible.
For the first time, many shopping malls have more people in their stores, which means more people shopping.7.
The shoppers will choose smaller and healthier optionsThe number and size of grocery stores has increased dramatically over the last 10 years.
The most popular grocery stores are being closed, as have many smaller and local stores.
Many malls now have fewer than 1,000 square feet of grocery.
This trend will continue to increase as grocery stores become more competitive and offer fresh food more often.8.
The parking lot will become greenerThe number, type and size in parking lots are changing, and there is a growing interest in greener parking.
For starters, there are now many options for parking in a mall.
Most of these options are in the form of free-standing parking, which is a space on a curb that does not have a parking fee.
Free-standing spaces are more convenient for people who walk, but are also less environmentally friendly.
Some malls are using parking lots that are already fully occupied by customers, such as at Macy’s.
In some places, mall parking is free and accessible for people with disabilities.9.
The public will have to pay more for parkingThe public will pay more to park in malls and other retail spaces, as more and more shoppers move to shopping centers and apartments.
This is especially true for large-scale retailers that are more expensive to operate.
For large retailers, this can lead to an increase in parking rates, especially for people on disability.10.
The restaurants will become healthierThe number one reason people eat at restaurants is to eat out, according the U