Retail is not an undifferentiated category of land-use or development. It is, instead, a varied and diverse category, including regional suburban malls, lifestyle centers, power centers, “big box” retail, shopping centers, convenience centers, urban malls, department stores, and specialty retail shops and boutiques. The sitework, hardscape, and landscape response to each of these categories of retail needs to reflect the project’s specific objectives as well as municipal, regulatory, and budget constraints. Wolff Landscape Architecture, Inc. sees each project individually, and prepares a landscape design that is responsive to the site, project type, the developer’s specific goals, circulation, parking, and service requirements, municipal planning and zoning requirements, and budget. Our landscape design is also responsive to requirements for visibility and the need for “curb appeal,” to draw customers into the site, as well as the need for irrigation and a well-maintained site landscape, balanced by the constraints of capital and maintenance budgets.