Westgate Mall's $2 million facelift, shown here in June 1996, includes work on the shopping center's exterior, interior and parking lot, the first updating of the 34-year-old far West Side shopping center since the early 1970s. The exterior is getting a new stucco finish, which will feature three shades of taupe. The parking lot is being redesigned, repaved and restriped, and new lights will be installed to improve light levels and traffic movement, said Stan Sapiro of the Milwaukee-based Polacheck Co., which took over management of the mall last summer. The main entrance will feature a tree-lined pedestrian path. Interior refurbishing includes replacement of the floor in the common areas, new lighting and the addition of signs featuring a new mall logo. The 240,000-square-foot shopping center is owned by RIK Inc., a real estate holding company based in Des Moines, Iowa.