lifestyle center
 n.— «Lifestyle centers are developer parlance for open-air shopping centers laid out not in long strips, but compactly and with buildings mixed at various sites on a piece of land. They often have mixed architecture, landscaping, outdoor furniture for lounging and outdoor dining areas. The centers are often filled with higher-end retail shops.» —“Ahead of the curve” by Christopher Quinn Atlanta Journal-Constitution Aug. 29, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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