A color snapshot of the shopping hub's East Wing. The complex, as originally built, featured Saltillo-tiled floors and wooden trellis ceiling treatments.
Photo from http://davidcobbcraig.blogspot.com (David Cobb Craig)


The James W. Rouse Company's fourth shopping mall was developed in the northern environs of San Antonio. The center, which (apparently) was America's eighth regional-class interior mall, featured a single anchor, San Antonio-based Wolff & Marx. The complex encompassed 339,000 leasable square feet and contained forty-eight stores and services. Its parking area could accommodate 2,000 autos.