A new owner came on the NORTHSIDE scene in October 2002. 4 years later, they performed a maintenance-type renovation of the property; the results of which are shown in this rendering.
Drawing from http://www.atlanticcg.com (Atlantic Commercial Group)


A view of today's Presidente Supermarket. Store # 17 is one of twenty-four locations in a family-owned chain. The Miami-based grocer, in business since 1990, leases 31,600 square feet at NORTHSIDE CENTER. The building originally housed a Jackson's-Byrons ("J. Byron") store, that opened for business in late 1969.
Photo from http://www.atlanticcg.com (Atlantic Commercial Group)


A circa-2014 plan of NORTHSIDE CENTER. The northeast store block (once a J. Byron) houses the aforementioned Presidente Supermarket. As one can see, Walgreen Drug (a 1960 charter tenant) bolted from the mall proper into a southeast outparcel. As for the mall itself, it is no longer the destination shopping complex of days gone by, but is holding its own as a community-class retail hub.