These days it seems like half of Moorestown is under construction.
From the new Regal Cinemas theater at the mall, to the office building going in at the Little Acme, to the oft-debated municipal complex on Second Street, there's no shortage of major projects—public and private—underway all over town.
In case you can't keep them all straight, we've provided a rundown below on most of the major ones, including what they're for, how much they cost, when they started and, most importantly, when they'll finish.
Regal Premium Experience theater
What: A 12-screen state-of-the-art theater, with 3D, digital projection screens, and stadium seating with reclining seats (plus surround sound and kiosks for automated ticket purchasing).
Where: Moorestown Mall
When construction began: The old United Artists theater was demolished last year, but construction didn't begin until just this week.
When it's expected to open: Late summer/early fall
Project cost: Undisclosed
Town hall/library complex
What: A 45,000-square-foot municipal complex that will combine several township offices, the library (24,500 square feet) and council chambers.
Where: West Second Street, between North Church Street and North Washington Avenue
When construction began: The old town hall was demolished in the fall of 2011. Construction on the new building started in late January/early February.
When it's expected to open: Spring 2014
Project cost: $11.1 million
Genesis HealthCare PowerBack Rehabilitation center
What: A 124-bed skilled nursing facility specializing in post acute rehabilitation (and including a number of energy-efficient amenities).
Where: Marter Avenue (near Centerton Road)
When construction began: December 2012
When it's expected to open: Fall 2013
Project cost: Unknown
InterArch office building
What: Formerly the "Little Acme," this space is being converted into offices for Mount Laurel-based InterArch, an architectural and interior design firm. InterArch will occupy a portion of the 15,000-square-foot building and sublease the remaining space.
Where: 123 Chester Ave.
When construction began: End of 2012
When it's expected to open: Late spring 2013
Project cost: Unknown
Wesley Bishop North field project
What: An artificial turf field for use by various athletic clubs (lacrosse, field hockey, soccer), as well as improvements to the parking lot.
Where: 1248 N. Church St.
When construction began: November 2012
When it's expected to open: Spring 2013
Project cost: $1.4 million
Which of these projects are you most excited to see completed? Tell us in the comments below.