In a circa-2008 physical layout, the VILLAGE AT DAYTON MALL is shown in light gray. Its construction included new (outparcel) P.F. Chang's China Bistro and Jared The Galleria of Jewelry locations.

Ann Taylor Loft was a charter tenant in the VILLAGE AT DAYTON MALL lifestyle expansion. The store was in operation between October 2006 and January 2009. 
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Bravo! Cucina Italiana is another original VILLAGE AT DAYTON MALL store. 
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The mall's Borders was located in an extension of space that had been occupied by The Metropolitan (a large apparel store) in the circa-'70 center. Encompassing 22,000 square feet, the bookstore and cafe were shuttered in April 2011. 
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Abercrombie & Fitch occupied space that was part of Donenfield's apparel in the circa-'70 shopping center. Today, the store space shown here houses City Gear.
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A circa-2014 site plan. In recent years, there have been some tenant changes in the mall proper. Linens 'N Things morphed into Linens & More and then hhgregg. The Borders space became a new DSW location, with the first DSW being expanded into a Dick's Sporting Goods. The original cinema (in the West Wing) is now an H & M.