Neighborhood malls cater to healthy living

03/7/2013 | USA Today

A growing number of neighborhood shopping centers are catering to healthy-lifestyle trends, with frozen yogurt shops replacing ice cream parlors, and yoga studios, health clubs, organic markets and workout-wear boutiques filling storefronts. "When we are looking at opportunities for new store locations, we look for areas that are considered the hub of health in the community," said Wynn Spencer, lululemon's vice president of store development.

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