The underlying notion here is that enough new business will come to these upscale malls from EV owners who want to DC charge while they shop to make it worthwhile for the store owners. It might pay off in big cities where a future substantial CCS car ownership exists that does not have work or home destination charging.
Perhaps ... but it is going to be a magnet for free-loaders who charge and leave. And I doubt it will have enough scale to provide confident access to charging for the people who are actually willing to pay. As for the OP, I am not surprised that CHAdeMO is ignored, and I doubt Tesla car ownership much care. I certainly do not. I am however amused by the attempt to adopt Tesla into the CHAdeMO camp.
This entire question of EV charging in cities for people without home/work access is tricky and I personally am skeptical of the Volta approach. The only solution I have read about and thought makes good sense is in Europe where they widely deploy L2 via street light posts.