A theater, a town hall, athletic fields, an office building and more—stuff's going up all across town.
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: …
Deputy Mayor Greg Gallo announced that a new business would soon be opening in the long-vacant space. (No, it's not Trader Joe's.)
- Rob Scott
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
After roughly six years sitting empty on Chester Avenue, the “Little Acme” will soon have a new tenant. Deputy Mayor Greg Gallo announced Monday night that an architectural firm owned by Shirley Hill, wife of former Commerce Bank CEO Vernon Hill, will be taking up a third of the former supermarket space. Gallo didn’t have many specifics, but said he expects the business—which is renting the space from Moorestown Friends School—to open its doors in the very near future. The firm is in the midst of asbestos remediation, and will soon undertake some interior and exterior renovations. “I think it’s going to be quick. I’ve seen them out there,” he said. Gallo said the name of the business was “InterArch,” but was not sure of the spelling. An …