That's true. Actually, IIRC, on that TiVoCommunity thread, restaurants tend to get included. They do occupy retail space...
On that note, here's and old one of those:
Beloved Buffet Chain Souplantation Permanently Closes
https://sandiego.eater.com/2020/5/7/212 ... restaurant
Headquartered in San Diego County, where the first Souplantation opened in 1978, the all-you-can-eat chain now numbers nearly 100 outposts across the country. Run by parent company Garden Fresh Corp, the buffet restaurants are known as Sweet Tomatoes outside of Southern California
I'd always receive coupons for Sweet Tomatoes via snail mail but I never set foot in either of these locations. I guess I never will.
Storied apparel brand Brooks Brothers files for bankruptcy as it seeks a buyer and closes dozens of stores
https://www.cnbc.com/2020/07/08/brooks- ... tores.html
Back to Cupertino, the bottom of https://www.trulia.com/CA/Cupertino/
(they used to put these stats near the top, I think).
Affordability of Living in Cupertino, CA
The median sales price is $2,059,000
Homes are typically worth $2,932/sqft
That said, after browsing some listings, the $ per square foot seems way off. Seems more like $1000 per square foot.