In 1984, the mall was remarketed as a value-oriented shopping center. A new name -DAYTONA BEACH OUTLET MALL- was bestowed. This logo was also created.
Graphic from The Daytona Beach Morning Journal


The DAYTONA BEACH OUTLET MALL concept was not entirely successful. The complex was given a modest renovation and renamed SUNSHINE PARK MALL in 1997. The old Woolco structure on the north end was demolished in late 2003, with Publix moving to the mall in the following year. In the 2016 plan seen above, modifications done between the late '90s and early 2000s are shown in dark gray.


A contemporary view of the mall's northeast facade. A name change (a third for the complex) was proposed in June 2015. The complex was to become ALL ABOARD CENTER. A public outcry convinced the mall's owner to retain the SUNSHINE PARK MALL moniker.
Photo from www.loopnet.com (All Aboard Properties) 


A view of the apex of the shopping hub, where its east-west and north-south corridors intersect. The mall was given a modest redo in 2015, when carpeting and a new roof and air-conditioning system were installed.
Photo from www.loopnet.com (All Aboard Properties) 


A view inside the mall's Main Entrance. Duff's Buffet is seen on the left, with Bealls Outlet on the right.
Photo from www.loopnet.com (All Aboard Properties)