The centre also has two car parks integrated into the centre, namely the Bridges (Debenhams) Car Park, e Central Multi-Storey, and the Rooftop.
In the year 2000 the centre was almost doubled in size, when the former Central Bus Station was demolished in favour of more shops. The city's main bus station moved to the Park Lane Interchange.
Land Securities were reported to be in talks with Sunderland City Council about the acquisition of the Crowtree Leisure Centre site once it closes, with the land being used to expand The Bridges or Marks and Spencer.
In 2012 a new three storey Primark store opened as an extension to the centre.
In 2014 Land Securities sold the centre to clients of AEW Europe for £152 million.
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