The center features a 10-acre (40,000 m2) lake, apartments, a one six-story, 150,000 sq ft (14,000 m2) Class A office space building, and an eleven-story, 210 room Westin Hotel and Residences.
The retail portion of the mixed-use project opened on November 1, 2007. The Westin became the first in Alabama when it opened in Spring of 2008 and features 74 luxury condominiums on the top five floors.
In May 2012, Bridge Street was bought from O&S Holdings by Miller Capital Advisory. However, O&S Holdings will still manage and lease the center. With news of the purchase, both the new owners and the city of Huntsville have announced two more development phases in the short and long term for the development. Phase 3, which could start construction as soon as late 2012, includes plans for a new parking deck around Monaco, a 150,000 square foot department store, and an additional 50,000 square foot of retail space. This addition would go where the current western portion of the lake now sits, and in order to be built, that portion of the lake would have to be drained. It was revealed in September 2012 that the department store will be a Belk. The Belk will move from Madison Square Mall, and open at Bridge Street by March 2015. Phase 4 includes more retail space, parking decks, and possibly a second hotel. Construction would start as early as 2015.