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In ancient Greece, every city had an open space near the center known as the agora where merchants could display and sell their wares.About 2,000 years ago, the Roman Emperor Trajan built a shopping center in his forum.It was semicircular and multilevel, with vaulted ceilings and contained bars and restaurants as well as shops.In 1907, a group of Baltimore merchants took a step toward the modern shopping center when they established a common off-street free parking area for their customers. But by the end of World War II, there were still no suburban centers in North Carolina.The first suburban shopping center in the US, Country Club Plaza, was established by J. The Messick family was involved in the grocery business in Winston-Salem from the earliest days of the 20th century.In 1947, they opened their first modern supermarket, Food Fair, on south Main Street.
By 1953, they had six Food Fairs scattered around town.One of the earliest initiatives of Dwight Eisenhower’s administration was the National Defense highway system.Ray Messick had been reading about that and a concurrent phenomenon, suburban shopping centers.He thought it would be a good idea to put a Food Fair in a shopping center, but the only one in North Carolina at the time was the brand new Cameron Village in Raleigh.Then he met a man who had just moved to the Twin City from San Antonio, Texas. The remaining businesses were Artistic Flowers, a new local business created by Bud Smith and George and J. Walker, Jr.; a branch of Dewey’s Bakery, with its own baking staff of fifteen; Laun-Dry-Clean, with 20 commercial washers and one day dry cleaning service; Hugh Butler, Inc., a self service hardware store; a branch of the downtown Mc Phail’s Gift Shop; a branch of Tiny Town, managed by Sidney Shapiro; Marken’s children’s wear; William Lamberti’s beauty salon; The Buena Vista Shop, medium to high end women’s clothing; and Stanley Shoes, which featured spotlighted displays, pile carpeting and mahogany paneling.Earl Slick also had an interest in the new thruways that were a part of the new highway system, and in suburban shopping centers. Leverton formed a business known as the Merchants Development Company. There was space for thirteen businesses in the original building. A planned menswear store was still vacant, subject to contract negotiation.