The dead east wing of the mall, now slated for demolition by early 2011.
However, I just hope, beg and plea to Hull Storey Gibson that they do not remove the unique fountains and planters found throughout the older (original) part of the mall. If they really want to make people not want to shop there anymore, they should take what is left there that is interesting away now that so many of the major chain stores have departed. The original owners built this place to shine, so it needs to stay that way. This 35 year old mall, though it may not be what it once was, is still an amazing mall.