In early 1980s a second floor, a multi-level parking lot and an Eaton's store were added; Rockland Centre became an enclosed mall. The main floor used to house a Holt Renfrew store that has since closed as well as a Steinberg's supermarket which eventually became a Metro, but closed also (now a Pharmaprix).
In the early 1990s, the mall was the filming location for an episode of a children's horror/fantasy television show called Are You Afraid of the Dark?.
In 2006, the food court was moved to the top floor. The mall had extensive renovations and now is home to two H&M stores, VERO MODA, JACK & JONES, StyleXChange, Diesel, Rudsak, Harry Rosen, Buffalo, Le Château, Michael Kors, Stuart Weitzman Benetton, Zara, Mexx and Guess.
In 2007, the Sports Experts store was moved from its location on the second floor to the now vacant food court area and is now one of the biggest stores of its type in Canada. In 2008, the older logos on the mall's exterior were removed in favor of the current logo.
Rockland Centre has three floors; the second and third floors are shopping space. The first floor has four tenants: Sports Experts, Nautilus Plus fitness club, Eggspectation restaurant and Urban Planet shop. The second (main) floor features boutiques and the anchors Linen Chest (part of the old Eaton's space), Pharmaprix and longtime tenant The Bay. The third floor consists of boutiques and the mall's food court. The Bay's second floor is located on the mall's top floor.
- The Bay (153,648 sq ft or 14,274.4 m2)
- Boutique Linen Chest (30,225 sq ft or 2,808.0 m2)
- H & M (22,290 sq ft or 2,070.8 m2)
- Sports Experts (21,305 sq ft or 1,979.3 m2)
- Zara (15,273 sq ft or 1,418.9 m2)
- StyleXChange (15,510 sq ft or 1,440.9 m2)
- S.A.Q. (17,365 sq ft or 1,613.3 m2)
- Pharmaprix (16,716 sq ft or 1,553.0 m2)
- Nautilus Plus (14,997 sq ft or 1,393.3 m2)
Ivanhoe Corporation owned interests in Rockland Centre starting in the 1970s. Ivanhoe Corporation became Ivanhoe Cambridge in 2001 and it continued to be co-owner of Rockland Centre while the mall was managed by Westcliff Group. In 2003 Ivanhoe Cambridge purchased the remaining 13% stake becoming full owner and manager of the mall.