Lookup queries return a full Place response. You may choose any of the fields below to return.
String. The label associated with the first 4 digits of the POI’s NAICS category.
Some POIs are characterized by a broader footprint and encompass smaller POIs within their borders. We colloquially refer to the larger, containing POI as the
parent and the smaller POI as the
For example, a mall may be the parent, and the stores within are the children.
We try to flag where these overlapping relationships exist in the real world by setting the parent_placekey of the smaller POI equal to the placekey of the larger, encompassing POI.
The API will return the phone number and open hours information for the place, if available.
The API will return a variety of detailed fields about the place.
subcategory returns the first 6 digits of the POI’s NAICS category, contrasted with
topCategory, which returns the first 4. For POIs with a 4-digit NAICS category,
subcategory column is null. For more detailed category information, use categoryTags.
openedOn tracks the outside year and month this POI opened in yyyy-mm format. If null, then we do not have enough metadata to determine an open date. Similarly,
closedOn tracks the outside year and month this POI closed in yyyy-mm format. If null, then this POI is open. See the open and close logic for more details.
brands contains the brand name if this POI is an instance of a larger brand that we have explicitly identified. See more details in brands.
The API can return information about the place's shape. See our Geometry documentation for more information about these fields.