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Retail research has evolved over the past sixty years. Christaller's early work on central place theory, with its simplistic combination of range and threshold has been advanced to include complex consumer shopping patterns and retailer behavior in agglomerated retail centers. Hotelling's seminal research on competition in a spatial duopoly has been realized in the form of comparison shopping in regional shopping centers. The research that has followed Christaller and Hotelling has been as wide as it has been deep, including literature in geography, economics, finance, marketing, and real estate. In combination, the many extensions of central place theory and retail agglomeration economics have clearly enhanced the understanding of both retailer and consumer behavior. In addition to these two broad areas of shopping center research, two more narrowly focused areas of research have emerged. The most recent focus in the literature has been on the positive effects large anchor tenants have on smaller non-anchor tenant sales. These positive effects are referred to as retail demand externalities. Exploring the theoretical basis for the valuation of shopping centers has been another area of interest to researchers. The primary focus of this literature is based in the valuation of current and expected lease contracts.
Downtown's Seaport Village, awash in coastal breezes and views of Coronado Bridge, offers eclectic gifts and souvenirs. There are 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateries and four bayside restaurants. On your next trip to San Diego you can be assured of two things: the weather will be amazing and you'll discover lots to do at Seaport Village. Come explore 50-plus diverse shops, 17 unique eateries and outdoor entertainment and find everything under the sun. With over 50 places to shop, we very well might have everything. Clothing for women, men and kids. Souvenirs, art, toys. Gifts for others, gifts for yourself. And in between the variety in all the shops, the everything continues - a lagoon, a carousel, a marina and much more. Most any craving can be satisfied here. Dine at any of four bay-view dining restaurants. You can nibble, snack or chow down at more than a dozen smaller eateries. Surf and turf to burgers and pizza. Ice cream, cookies, popcorn. Whatever. Thirst's covered too - sodas, milkshakes, lemonade, beer, wine, cocktails and, well, too many drinks. One last decision to make: a table inside or out on the deck with a view of the bay?
I hope you had a GREAT Christmas! It was a little hard to get back to reality Sunday and the next morning, so I just decided to extend my break through Monday. I have to say, I am pretty sad that Christmas is over. While the promise of a new year is very exciting, I definitely enjoy the anticipation of Christmas more. I took the week off from work last week and headed to my parents. The first few days were pretty uneventful, then starting Tuesday things got busy! I headed to Chicago with my mom, aunt and grandma to check out the Museum of Science and Industry. You can read all about that day here. Wednesday was dedicated to running errands and cooking. It actually felt kind of good, although I sure am glad we got home when we did, because it started pouring shortly after! Which, is when we decided to run errands. I feel like that always happens.
The rest of the day was spent cooking. While it seemed like quite a bit of stuff, we were able to fit in a few Christmas movies, too. Always one of my favorite things to do around the holidays. Christmas Eve and Christmas morning were spent with my brother, sister-in-law and Jack (my nephew)! We had a lot of fun visiting, eating, watching Christmas movies and opening presents. This year was especially exciting because it was Jack's first Christmas. Jen received a Santa suit for Jack from a family friend, so we of course had to try it on! We were able to get a few good pictures, but honestly, he wasn't crazy about it. He's just so cute in it, though! After breakfast, we headed to my grandma's for more presents and Christmas dinner. I really, really slacked on pictures this Christmas, but I did take one of my aunt's Christmas cookies.