Anchoring the west end the shopping center was Hecht's. The seventh branch of the DC-based Hecht's division, it originally encompassed around 155,700 square feet and included The Garden Spot, an upscale restaurant. The store was expanded, to 217,000 square feet, in the mid-1970s.

The mall's east anchor was Sears & Roebuck. Encompassing 150,000 square feet, the 2-level store included a freestanding Auto Center.

Julius Garfinckel & Company operated a 90,000 square foot store, which anchored the center section of MONTGOMERY MALL. It was the DC-based chain's third branch.
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