A circa-1978 physical layout of DC's "first-class, high-fashion retail shopping center". The compact complex, encompassing 800,000 leasable square feet, had been squeezed onto a small, 43 acre parcel. The center featured -what was- Bloomingdale's largest suburban store.

A mid-2000s view of the mall's Main Entrance. By this time, the WHITE FLINT property was tenanted by Borders Books & Music and a Dave & Buster's "fun & food" complex.
Photo from Lerner Enterprises

Here we see The Movies White Flint megaplex, an original fixture on Level 3 of the shopping center. The theater, more recently operated by AMC Entertainment, was renovated in 2004, renamed under the AMC Loews banner in 2006 and permanently shuttered in January 2013.
Photo from http://www.flickr.com/photos/maincourse/2267342553 (Jack Coursey)

A more current site plan of WHITE FLINT MALL. Here was one of the few mid-century malls where, after several years, the two primary anchors STILL sported their original nameplates. This would change with the shuttering of Bloomingdale's, in March 2012.