A circa-2016 plan shows the relocated Bloomingdale's and new section of inline stores (in gray) that replace the original building. The four new structures encompass 140,000 square feet, so the remodeled mall retains the 1,475,000 leasable square feet that it had before any reconstruction was done.


In the following three-unit image group, we have views of a newly-renovated STANFORD CENTER, which was given a face lift during 2015. Directly above, we see the north-facing facade. True Food Kitchen and Vineyard Wines (on the left) occupy space in one of the newly-built store blocks that replaced the old Bloomingdales. L'Occitane En Provence (on the right) leases space that housed Roos Brothers in the 1956 complex. 
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From this vantage point, we see the south end of the mall proper. The Macy's anchor store is on the left, with Coach and Tesla Motors in the background.
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Here we see another of the four store blocks that replaced the abandoned Bloomingdales. Nameplates for BCBG Max Azria and Tender Greens (a natural foods bistro) appear on the left.
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