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A shopping center or shopping mall is a set of one or more buildings forming a complex of shops representing merchandisers, with interconnecting walkways allowing visitors to walk from retail store to retail store. These shopping centers often have parking lots or structures for visitors to park their vehicles while shopping. Shopping malls are a more modern indoor version of the traditional marketplace.
From the time that the first shopping center was created till now, it has been developers goal to make sure their buildings are built to be safe and relevant with the latest comforts and amenities. These building come in different sizes and styles. Styles of buildings evolve as societies keep modernizing and metropolitan areas continue to be born throughout the United States. Most shopping center such as malls are occupied by corporate brand companies and retailers. Large retailers help smaller businesses within the shopping complex by creating traffic to the shopping center.
The building of shopping centers is common to the building of retail plazas, but at a larger scale. Most shopping centers consist of one large building or one larger than the rest. Some upscale shopping centers have apartments within the shopping center which sale or lease at high prices.
No matter what size the shopping center will be, it will require responsible planning for the building to meet standards and be within municipal and state building codes. Its is important for every Eagle Eye inspector to secure that the proper planning was taken and the complex does not have any code violation history or such pending issues. Eagle Eye Property inspections is here to assist builders, buyers or sellers of such building perform comprehensive shopping center inspections and create in-depth simple to understand reports with additional assistance reviewing the reports. Eagle Eye is able to manage the evaluation process through phase 1-3 inspection with up to date thermal imaging equipment and other state of the art tools, which enable the inspector to thoroughly evaluate premises as needed.