The over-malling of Greater Orlando had sent COLONIAL PLAZA into a downward spiral by the early 1990s. The complex was redeveloped as an open-air power center. Structures left standing are surrounded in blue. The new shopping center spanned 487,700 leasable square feet, with a tenant list and fifty-two. Since this 2008 depiction, three store spaces have new tenants. Linens-N-Things became a Big Lots. Circuit City morphed into Hobby Lobby and Babies "R" Us gave way to Bealls.
Original drawing from (Weingarten Realty Investors)