I am an economics student and I am working on a detailed analysis of the economic benefits of asymmetrical urban design plans. Essentially, I am trying to find examples of streets around the world that have one sidewalk that is significantly bigger than the opposing sidewalk and they both have retail. For instance, maybe the northern sidewalk is 35' in width and the southern sidewalk is 17' in width. This is the last class I need to get my economics degree so if anyone could help me I would really appreciate being pointed in the right direction. I already know that St. Patricks Street in Cork, Ireland meets this standard, but I need at least 8 more streets to do my comparative analysis. Thanks in advance everyone!!