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A Community Commerce Center can be established for virtually any number of workers, but the true economy of scale can be reached when fifty (50) or more workers operate from the same location. Throughout the United States and in virtually every other urban or suburban local throughout the world there exist vacant and in some cases abandoned shopping plazas, malls (, standalone retail spaces, and office buildings that could easily be converted for use as a Community Commerce Center. Use of such existing facilities in most cases would be more than welcomed by local government because such usage would add new tax dollars to government treasuries. Of course, existing office complexes located both in central business districts and elsewhere can also be converted for usage as Community Commerce Centers, and such conversion of existing office complexes would be expected as an increasing number of workers move out of the central business district and other office park workspace and into a Community Commerce Center located closer to their residence. Workers that may never have had an opportunity to have their workplace located within the central business district or other office park because the closest Community Commerce Center is located in just such a space. An excess of space available in existing central business district and office park locations creates an opportunity to convert some of the existing space to urban residential and commercial usage, which would in virtually every case bring new life to such locations.

Similar facilities exist in virtually every urban, suburban, or small town throughout the world. In virtually every case creation of a Community Commerce Center using abandoned, underutilized or new facilities would be welcomed by not only those involved in local government where the facility would be created but also residents living in the surrounding neighborhood whether or not they would be using the new Community Commerce Center as their new workplace.

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