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A Study on the Prevention of Appropriate Store and Gentrification to Restore the Function of the Commercial District in the Original City

A Study on the Prevention of Appropriate Store and Gentrification to Restore the Function of the Commercial District in the Original City

Purpose: We would like to identify the appropriate size of stores in the commercial district suitable for the era oflow growth. In addition, it is intended to present alternatives to prevent gentrification along with measures to revitalize commercial districts according to the selection of appropriate stores. Research design, data and methodology: The importance and commercial district usage patterns were identified through surveys by consumers and sellers. the demand and size of the commercial area were calculated based on the floating population and resident registration population. In addition, based on this, through metric analysis, the importance of the business district activation plan and what important matters can prevent gentrification were analyzed. Result: In this the study, 555 stores are currently operating in the target area, but it is seen as a commercial district with a scale that can operate 136 stores and 938 stores. In addition, it was analyzed that the Commercial Lease Protection Act needs to be strengthened to prevent gentrification. Conclusions: Due to the nature of small and medium-sized cities in Korea, commercial districts that have once lost their resilience must take much effort to find vitality. It is believed that local commercial districts will have resilience when diagnosis and recovery measures are adequately presented.

1. Introduction

2. Theoretical Considerations

3. Empirical Study

4. Appropriate Store Size for the Resilience of Commercial Districts

5. How to Overcome the Gentrification and the Resilience of Commercial District

6. Conclusion

References

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