Dust again caused a temporary closure on Sept. 20.
The installation of the new fountain at Center Court should not cause any problems at the coffee shop, McCracken said.
"The real dusty, gritty part of this project is behind us now," she said.
Only Starbucks has closed during the renovations.
"We applaud all of our merchants that have worked with us during these renovations," she said.
The mall is undergoing about $7 million in renovations, including new tile on the first and third floors and new carpeting on the second floor. The entire project should be completed by Thanksgiving, McCracken said.
The newly redone second-floor bathroom has been reopened, and work continues on the third-floor restroom, she said.
The restroom on the third floor in the Food Court should be completed within two weeks.
New furniture to be installed in the mall, including benches, planters and tables, should arrive in about a week, she said.