1995 - The mall opens a 75,000 square feet (7,000 m2) expansion in November.
1996 - In March. Nordstrom opens as anchor of the mall's new wing.
1997 - Marshall Field's sells its Texas locations. The Dallas Galleria location is purchased by Saks Fifth Avenue.
1999 - Saks Fifth Avenue renovates and moves into the original Marshall Field's location. The original Saks location is converted to a Gap, Inc. megastore housing Banana Republic (first level), Gap (second level), and Old Navy (third level).
2002 - Hines Interests sells the Dallas Galleria to UBS Realty Investors LLC of Hartford, CT, for an estimated US$300 million.
2003 - A major renovation of the mall is begun, with the mall's name changed from "Dallas Galleria" to "Galleria Dallas."
2005 - UBS Realty Investors LLC acquires the Westin Galleria Hotel from Hines Interests for $95 million.
2009 - General Growth Properties, the mall's management company, went bankrupt in April 2009. In June, Simon Property Group obtained management rights & their tenure started August 1.
2011 - A man commits suicide by jumping from the third floor of the mall, landing in the ice skating rink.
2012 - H&M opens on the second floor across from the former Saks Fifth Avenue on March 22, 2012.
2013 - It was revealed that Saks Incorporated will shutter its Dallas store. The anchor operated until June 15, 2013 and will be replaced by Charlotte-based Belk, a mid-range department store chain. Belk's opening date is yet to appear, but before opening, the building will go through renovations.
2014 - Belk opened in the former Saks Fifth Avenue space.