Strip centers - usually have a convenience store, dry cleaner, beauty salon, or small restaurant; up to about 30,000 sq feet.
Neighborhood centers - usually have supermarket, drugstore, shipping store; up to about 60,000 to 100,000 sq feet.
Malls - complex of shops with walkways and parking areas; could be enclosed or covered
Regional centers - anchored by 1 or 2 department stores of at least 50,000 sq feet; include clothing, furniture stores
Mega malls - super regional centers with about 1 million sq feet and 3 more department stores
Outlet centers - for specific manufacturers at a discount.