Bloomingdale's (233,000 ft², 2 Floors Above Ground, 1 Floor Below Ground) Opened 1962 as Macy's, closed for renovation in 1998 and converted to Bloomingdale's. Macy's had opened in the much larger vacant A&S building in 1995, resulting in two Macy's in the same mall for over two years.
Lord & Taylor (120,000 ft², 2 Floors Above Ground) Opened 1998 in mall expansion.
Macy's (302,278 ft², 3 Floors Above Ground, 1 Floor Below Ground) Opened 1962 as Abraham & Straus, closed 1995, reopened as Macy's.
Saks Fifth Avenue (100,000 ft², 2 Floors Above Ground) Opened 1999 in mall expansion off former McCrory Store. With the closing of the Southampton store, this location is the only branch store left in the state of New York, save for the flagship store in New York City.
1984: A fire destroyed seven stores and damaged 25 others in the 76-store mall.
May 16, 1991: In 1993 a McCrory's worker pleaded guilty to tossing a lit cigarette into a display of silk flowers set on a block of Styrofoam, killing two of his coworkers aged 20 and 27.
February 22, 2014: A carbon monoxide leak in a restaurant complex consisting of Legal Sea Foods (closed 2014,becoming Del Frisco's Grille in 2016), The Cheesecake Factory, and Panera Bread attached to the mall kills one person and sickens 28 others. All three restaurants are evacuated.
Walt Whitman Shops completed a massive renovation in Fall 2013. The plans include a new outdoor corridor of stores added to the Walt Whitman Road (Route 110) side of the mall, mall restroom renovations, cosmetic changes to the existing mall including new seating, automatic doors, a statue of Walt Whitman, and new tenants inside the mall. The bus stops were also moved into new canopies on the south side of the mall.