I like your list, but I quibble with a few:
>2. Single gender bathrooms in retail.
With all the PC rabble-rousers, I predict that more and more locations will give up and not offer a restroom at all.
You can't get a lawsuit for not having a gender-choice-of-the week restroom if you don't have restrooms. [[taps side of head]]
>4. Food delivery and prepackaged meal delivery services.
I foresee the opposite. Restaurant owners don't want to deal with delivery staff and logistics, unless they have to. (Pizza is probably the only one that makes sense, despite the hassle). 3rd party delivery companies will start to crop up once drone delivery makes it cost effective.
Cooking at home is trending down. It's too much work, takes too much time, and makes a mess. Skills are not being passed down to the next generation.
>8. Single family home lawn supplies. Lawns will be replaced by gardens and more people will live in multi-family towers next to green parks
I don't know anyone who wants to live in an urban tower. That's for college students and poor people.
As automated driving becomes mainstream, the range of suburbs will expand. I can tolerate a longer commute if I can wake up slowly with coffee and morning news. Automated driving will allow higher speed limits too, further increasing the commute range.
I want a nice lawn. I don't want to put in the work for a lawn-sized garden. Those things are a lot of work to maintain. Ever notice that good gardens are the domain of the retired?
>9. Cell phone stores.
You're making many arguments here. First one is an argument against the cellphone upgrade cycle. I'm seeing that accelerating, with no end in sight.
Second is the advancement of low power devices. There's a place for that (IoT), but not in the hand-held personal computer space. Power requirements for personal mobile computing are increasing. Batteries are increasing, not disappearing.
Next is the actual, physical store. Ya and no. Sure, I can order a phone online - but some things are that are best done by an expert. Just yesterday I drove to a cell phone store to get them to help port a land-line number to a new cell phone. I didn't want to spend all day in phone call "wrong dept" purgatory, I just wanted an expert to get it done. Dropped in the store, and bam, a bored guy who's done it a hundred times uses his company's magic, secret web site to make it happen. Everyone's happy.
I am surprised that you didn't' say "half of all gas stations". Electric is going to kill the gas station business model. It's going to be a slow, painful death as the market for gas slowly dries up. (see what I did there)