The northwest corner of the mall was expanded in the early 1990s to accommodate a new Phar-Mor Drug. A mall-wide renovation was announced in May 1995. This 25 million dollar project replaced the existing cinema with a 12-plex and added a Proffitt's anchor store. A Food Court and Goody's Family Clothing were also installed in space originally occupied by G.C. Murphy. These modifications were complete by early 1998.

In a circa-2014 layout, we see that several major stores have either closed or been rebranded. Phar-Mor morphed into Steve & Barry's (2006) and then Dunham's Sports (2009). Proffitt's was "Belked" in 2006. In the mall's northeastern periphery, Borders Books and Old Navy stores opened in a freestanding strip center. Borders went dark in 2011 and was followed by hhgregg, which made its debut in 2012.