This Borders bookstore looks small from the outside. It only occupies a not-so-big store front. You'd think that the store itself is probably very small inside, like a small independent bookstore. But once you go in, sure it doesn't look that big, but there is downstairs. In the back of the book store is a cafe, just like what other Borders have. The downstairs part consists mainly of the movies and music section. The selection is not so bad. I wouldn't say it's the same as other Borders in size, but I think it's adequate enough to hang out in there, especially at the cafe. The most recent addition I saw in the bookstore is that they added a pretty big section of graphic novels.
Granted, it's a bit smaller than other Borders, but it has its own charm.