Some people call this shopping center dated and worn out however, it does offer some stores that have a consistent draw. Stores like Trader Joes, Bookstar, and Linen ‘N Things are busy especially on weekends and the Farmer’s Market on Wednesday mornings draws crowds. I think the sad thing about this center is that it has such an old fashioned pedestrian look that hasn’t been used to its best advantage. It would be a great place for sidewalk cafes and art galleries. There are rumors that the owners are currently looking at some redevelopment plans that might include replacing the whole structure with a high-rise building that would match others along the busy Camelback Corridor. I’m not opposed to high-rises (when they are done right) but, I would miss the tile roofs, fountains, and brick walkways of this quaint place.