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List of shopping streets and districts by city

This page lists shopping streets and districts by city. Typically these are open-air street-side upscale shopping districts that are destination locations in cities. They may be located along a designated street, or clustered in mixed-use commercial area within the city. In the large cities, there may be multiple shopping streets or districts, often with distinct characteristics.

Contents

  • Africa 1
    • Cameroon 1.1
    • Egypt 1.2
    • Ghana 1.3
    • Morocco 1.4
    • South Africa 1.5
    • Tunisia 1.6
  • Asia 2
    • Armenia 2.1
    • Azerbaijan 2.2
    • Bangladesh 2.3
    • Mainland China 2.4
      • Beijing 2.4.1
      • Chongqing 2.4.2
      • Fujian 2.4.3
      • Guangdong 2.4.4
      • Jiangsu 2.4.5
      • Liaoning 2.4.6
      • Shaanxi 2.4.7
      • Shandong 2.4.8
      • Shanghai 2.4.9
      • Sichuan 2.4.10
      • Zhejiang 2.4.11
    • Hong Kong 2.5
    • India 2.6
    • Indonesia 2.7
    • Iran 2.8
    • Israel 2.9
    • Japan 2.10
    • Kuwait 2.11
    • Lebanon 2.12
    • Malaysia 2.13
    • Nepal 2.14
    • Pakistan 2.15
    • Philippines 2.16
    • Saudi Arabia 2.17
    • Singapore 2.18
    • South Korea 2.19
    • Taiwan 2.20
    • Thailand 2.21
    • Vietnam 2.22
  • Europe 3
    • Austria 3.1
    • Belgium 3.2
    • Bosnia and Herzegovina 3.3
    • Bulgaria 3.4
    • Croatia 3.5
    • Cyprus 3.6
    • Czech Republic 3.7
    • Denmark 3.8
    • Finland 3.9
    • France 3.10
    • Germany 3.11
    • Greece 3.12
    • Hungary 3.13
    • Ireland 3.14
    • Iceland 3.15
    • Italy 3.16
    • Latvia 3.17
    • Lithuania 3.18
    • Luxembourg 3.19
    • Macedonia 3.20
    • Montenegro 3.21
    • Netherlands 3.22
    • Norway 3.23
    • Poland 3.24
    • Portugal 3.25
    • Romania 3.26
    • Russia 3.27
    • Serbia 3.28
    • Slovakia 3.29
    • Spain 3.30
    • Sweden 3.31
    • Switzerland 3.32
    • Turkey 3.33
    • Ukraine 3.34
    • United Kingdom 3.35
      • England 3.35.1
      • Northern Ireland 3.35.2
      • Scotland 3.35.3
      • Wales 3.35.4
  • North America 4
    • Canada 4.1
      • Alberta 4.1.1
      • British Columbia 4.1.2
      • Nova Scotia 4.1.3
      • Ontario 4.1.4
      • Quebec 4.1.5
    • Costa Rica 4.2
    • Dominican Republic 4.3
    • Guatemala 4.4
    • Mexico 4.5
    • United States 4.6
      • Alabama 4.6.1
      • Arizona 4.6.2
      • Arkansas 4.6.3
      • California 4.6.4
      • Colorado 4.6.5
      • Connecticut 4.6.6
      • Delaware 4.6.7
      • Florida 4.6.8
      • Georgia 4.6.9
      • Hawaii 4.6.10
      • Illinois 4.6.11
      • Kansas 4.6.12
      • Louisiana 4.6.13
      • Maryland 4.6.14
      • Massachusetts 4.6.15
      • Michigan 4.6.16
      • Minnesota 4.6.17
      • Missouri 4.6.18
      • Nebraska 4.6.19
      • Nevada 4.6.20
      • New Jersey 4.6.21
      • New Mexico 4.6.22
      • New York 4.6.23
      • North Carolina 4.6.24
      • Ohio 4.6.25
      • Oklahoma 4.6.26
      • Oregon 4.6.27
      • Pennsylvania 4.6.28
      • Rhode Island 4.6.29
      • South Carolina 4.6.30
      • Tennessee 4.6.31
      • Texas 4.6.32
      • Utah 4.6.33
      • Virginia 4.6.34
      • Washington 4.6.35
      • Washington, D.C. 4.6.36
      • West Virginia 4.6.37
      • Wisconsin 4.6.38
  • South America 5
    • Argentina 5.1
    • Brazil 5.2
    • Bolivia 5.3
    • Chile 5.4
    • Colombia 5.5
    • Paraguay 5.6
    • Peru 5.7
    • Uruguay 5.8
    • Venezuela 5.9
  • Oceania 6
    • Australia 6.1
      • Queensland 6.1.1
      • New South Wales 6.1.2
      • South Australia 6.1.3
      • Northern Territory 6.1.4
      • Tasmania 6.1.5
      • Victoria 6.1.6
      • Western Australia 6.1.7
    • New Zealand 6.2
  • See also 7
  • References 8
  • External links 9

Africa

Cameroon

Egypt

Ghana

Morocco

South Africa

Tunisia

Asia

Armenia

Azerbaijan

Bangladesh

Mainland China

Beijing

Chongqing

Fujian

Guangdong

Jiangsu

Liaoning

Shaanxi

Shandong

Shanghai

Sichuan

  • Chengdu: Chunxilu: including dozens of shopping malls and over 700 shops and thousands of restaurants;

Hongxinglu: (close to Chunxilu) dozens of shopping malls of luxury goods; World Center : biggest building in the world with several hotels, one cinema, hundreds of restaurants, one skating rink, one aqua park and an artificial beach, two shopping malls , one supermarket etc inside this building

Zhejiang

Hong Kong

India

Indonesia

Iran

Israel

Japan

Kuwait

Lebanon

Maarad street, Beirut

Malaysia

Nepal

Pakistan

Philippines

Saudi Arabia

Singapore

South Korea

Taiwan

Taipei Da'an

Thailand

Vietnam

Europe

Austria

Belgium

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Cyprus

Czech Republic

Denmark

Finland

France

Germany

Schildergasse in Cologne, is Germany’s most frequented shopping street

Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Iceland

Italy

Latvia

Lithuania

Luxembourg

Macedonia

Montenegro

Netherlands

Norway

Poland

Portugal

Romania

Russia

Serbia

Slovakia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

İstiklal Avenue in the Beyoğlu district of Istanbul

Ukraine

United Kingdom

England

The Shambles in York, England

Northern Ireland

Scotland

Wales

North America

Canada

Vancouver's bustling night scene along Robson and Alberni Streets

Alberta

British Columbia

Nova Scotia

Ontario

Quebec

Costa Rica

Dominican Republic

Guatemala

Mexico

United States

Alabama

Arizona

Arkansas

California

Colorado

Cherry Creek commercial district

Connecticut

Delaware

Florida


Georgia

Hawaii

Illinois

Kansas

Louisiana

Maryland

Massachusetts

Michigan

Minnesota

Missouri

The Country Club Plaza, Kansas City, MO

Nebraska

Nevada

New Jersey

New Mexico

Albuquerque: Uptown

New York

Fifth Avenue, New York City

North Carolina

Ohio

  • Akron: West Market Street
  • Cleveland: Euclid Ave, Mayfield Road, Cedar Road, Chagrin Boulevard, Crocker Park, Great Northern Blvd
  • Cincinnati: 5th Street, Hyde Park Square, O'Bryonville, Montgomery Road between Hartfield Place and Schoolhouse Lane
  • Columbus: New Bond Street, High Street, Lane Ave, Polaris Parkway, Easton Town Center
  • Toledo: Monroe Street, Fallen Timbers, Levis Commons.

Oklahoma

Oregon

Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Tennessee

Texas

Utah

Virginia

Washington

Washington, D.C.

Georgetown, Washington, D.C.

West Virginia

Wisconsin

South America

Argentina

Brazil

Bolivia

Chile

  • Santiago: Alonso de Córdova Avenue,[24] Isidora Goyenechea, Nueva Costanera

Colombia

Paraguay

Peru

Uruguay

Venezuela

Oceania

Australia

Queensland

New South Wales

South Australia

Northern Territory

Tasmania

Victoria

Western Australia

New Zealand

See also

References

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  2. ^ "The World's Most Expensive Shopping Districts". CNBC. 2007-11-21. Retrieved 2012-08-15. 
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  10. ^ "Basel Shopping: Basel-Stadt, Switzerland". Basel.world-guides.com. Retrieved 2012-08-15. 
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  13. ^ a b c d e f g "America's Most Expensive Shopping Streets - BusinessWeek". Images.businessweek.com. Retrieved 2012-08-15. 
  14. ^ "SoHot Style in South Tampa". The Washington Post. 22 January 2006. 
  15. ^ "Most expensive shopping streets". City Mayors. 2005-10-30. Retrieved 2012-08-15. 
  16. ^ Cantor, George (2005). Detroit: An Insiders Guide to Michigan. University of Michigan Press.  
  17. ^ http://www.hertel-ave.com/
  18. ^ http://rocwiki.org/Monroe_Avenue
  19. ^ http://rocwiki.org/University_Avenue
  20. ^ http://www.gardencitychamber.org/gcliving-shopdine.asp
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  22. ^ http://hamptons.curbed.com/tags/newtown-lane
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  24. ^ "Shopping in Alonso de Cordova in Santiago - Top Rated Chile Market". Vivatravelguides.com. 2009-08-25. Retrieved 2012-08-15. 

External links

  • City Mayors: List of Shopping Streets
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