Title A Study on the Correlation between the Store Housing Lot Characteristics and the Retail Stores Vacancy Rate in New Towns
Authors 박장순(Park, Jangsoon) ; 김지엽(Kim, Jeeyeop)
DOI https://doi.org/10.5659/JAIK.2023.39.6.167
Page pp.167-178
ISSN 2733-6247
Keywords Store Housing; Lot Characteristics; Vacancy Rate
Abstract This study attempted to clarify how the characteristics of each parcel of store housing land determined in the new town planning stage correlated with the vacancy rate of store housing stores after construction. The relationship was analyzed by setting the planned location factor and store housing vacancy rate of store housing sites as independent and dependent variables, respectively, based on the data constructed through a total survey of store housing sites in three new cities (Han-gang, Byeol-nae, and Wi-rye districts). The analysis results are summarized as follows. First, among the parcel characteristics factors of the store housing site determined in the planning stage, the factors affecting the post-store vacancy rate were the location type, complex size, parcel size, access number, parcel location in household, and distance from external roads, and some significant planning indicators were derived. Second, it was confirmed that the vacancy rate of store houses was also related to the number of stores in the lot determined in the construction and leasing stages. This can be used as a reference for planning store housing sites in the planned districts to be created in the future, including the 3rd new city currently in progress.