The mall features more than 100 stores, a 12 screen movie theater, and a food court, and is managed by Macerich. Its anchor stores include Macy's, Dillard's clearance center, and Sears.
Over time, the mall's anchors have changed as a result of acquisitions and consolidation amongst department stores. Rhodes Brothers was converted to Liberty House, then to Joske's. After Joske's was acquired by Dillard's, the location became a second Dillard's, and then a JCPenney. JCPenney moved to Christown Spectrum Mall in 2007 and is currently vacant. The Broadway was converted to Macy's in 1996 when the Broadway chain was acquired. Goldwater's was converted to J.W. Robinson's, which became Robinsons-May in 1993. After Robinsons-May's parent company was acquired by Macy's, Macy's moved from the former Broadway to the Robinsons-May building, leaving the former Broadway vacant.
A 40,000-square-foot (3,700 m2) Sports Chalet store was signed in August 2006 to replace the vacant Van's Skatepark on the second floor of the mall near Sears.