This chapter discusses the impact of local shopping streets on creating a walkable, bike-able, environmentally sustainable city. It feels that such streets have value, and that preserving them is an appropriate task for urban policy. The super-diversity of many local shopping streets eases the way towards civility and tolerance as normal conditions of urban public life. Their great risks of the local shopping streets, focusing on the study of everyday diversity from New York to Shanghai, image of a successful shopping street prevails, the part of a global toolkit of urban revitalization. In many places, the aesthetic diversity represented by local shopping streets is celebrated, particularly when it is contrasted to the "sameness" of global chains. A strong "ethnic" or "immigrant" presence in Europe is feared as a sign of "ghettoization", in which local states feel responsible. Thus, shopkeepers are suffered by commercial gentrification allow building owners to increase rents on large amounts at the end.