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Most food stores were open eight or nine hours, their employees working on a single shift. On the other hand, drive-in markets typically operated two shifts, extending from around 7:00  to midnight. 18 FORM In its form, use of space, and relationship to the urban context, the drive-in market was a pronounced departure from commercial facilities other than the super service station. The standard accumulation of buildings along the spine of a commercial center and the attendant plethora of signs tended to minimize the distinction between stores.

Twentyseventh Street, Los Angeles, Austin Company of California, architects, 1923; altered. ) 15 Standard Motor Service Company garage, 1680 N. Western Avenue, Los Angeles, 1919 –1920, Edward L. Mayberry, architect; no longer standing. ) required. Having more than one level further necessitated using a costly steel or reinforced concrete structural system. With the super station, on the other hand, much of the space was left undeveloped save for grading and surfacing. The one or more buildings on the site covered short spans and could be erected employing substantially cheaper methods, just as with a modest taxpayer block.

20 In contrast, the drive-in market’s building mostly occupied land toward the rear of the lot, traditionally considered the least desirable. The primary space was the forecourt, which was reserved for automobiles. Inside space averaged about three times that of a conventional store, but it could appear larger still due to the building’s long front and siting away from the street. This configuration made the building stand out as an individual entity, conspicuous even when its architectural treatment was comparatively modest (figure 36).

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