First opened in 1975, the Orange Park mall is the largest mall on the west side of the St. Johns River in the Jacksonville area. The mall contains over 110 stores and services. When it opened, it featured three anchors: Ivey's, May Cohen's, and Sears & Roebuck. The Ivey's store changed to Dillard's when Ivey's was defunct, May Cohen's changed three times, once to Maison Blanche, then to Gayfer's, then finally Belk. The Sears has been at the mall since opening. In 1984, the mall added 300,000 square feet (28,000 m2) that included a new food court and a JCPenney anchor. In 1997, the mall built a 24-screen AMC movie theater. Later, in 2006, the mall added a 48,003-square-foot (4,459.6 m2) Dick's Sporting goods anchor. The mall, today, stands at 953,000 square feet (88,500 m2).