A circa-2006 plan of the complex, whose name has been changed to EASTRIDGE MALL. In addition to a new Streetscape (which replaced the Liberty House and Ice Rink structures), there were now a 15-screen multiplex and Sport Chalet store. Moreover, the interior of the mall has been gutted and totally rebuilt (as seen in the photo above).


A few additional changes have been made by 2015. Sport Chalet has expanded into an adjacent bakery space and Bed, Bath & Beyond has closed. Its area has been assumed by 24 Hour Fitness (Lower Level) and Round One Bowling & Amusement (Upper Level). 


A contemporary exterior view of the EASTRIDGE property. Here we see the northeast corner of the complex, with its J.C. Penney store on the left.
Photo from http://pacificretail.com (Pacific Retail Capital Partners)


Above, we see the southeast-facing facade of the mall and its exterior-entranced Streetscape.
Photo from http://pacificretail.com (Pacific Retail Capital Partners)