I called it the west wing because I'm looking at the center facing the Puente Hills, not the BKK landfill.
Eichenbaum never added the west wing (TJ Maxx, Goodwill/Hallmark). This was added by the subsequent owner after Eichenbaum. Farr's Hallmark anchored the west wing adjacent to the Woodside Apartments next to Pep Boys and it is currently Goodwill.
TJ Maxx closed in the early 2000's and a closeout retailer (RhinoMart) took over. RhinoMart closed Spring 2008 and the space is now vacant.
The space between Island Pacific and Rite Aid is Giant Dollar (a dollar chain in predominantly latino areas). It was House of Fabrics
during the Eichenbaum era. For a short time after Vons closed, it was Joann, after Joann acquired Fabricland (the parent of House of Fabrics).
Eichenbaum also developed Eastland in 1956 off I-10 and Barranca near IKEA <maybe Chad can look this up on the LA Times Archives or this book that Mr. Groceteria has, http://cgi.ebay.com/ARCHITECTURE,AUTOS- ... 2004r17115
Eichenbaum was known as the "father of California shopping malls". His family's foundation is still active today even though he has long been gone. They currently own the land of the Restaurant Row next to IKEA (it was mentioned in a 2003 article announcing the opening of Hooters on Garvey/Barranca). I think he was also involved in that concert venue in Restaurant/Hotel Row on Garvey that didn't quite work out after 2 years.