The workers are prepping this slice of land between the Black Horse Pike and route 42 to become home to the Gloucester Premium Outlets, a 90-store, approximately 413,000-square-foot outdoor outlet mall – not including the additional 32,000 square feet of room for later expansion– that is slated to open in summer 2015.
The project is a joint venture between PREIT-Rubin, which owns the Cherry Hill Mall, Cumberland Mall, the Voorhees Town Center and other properties, and Simon Property Group, which owns over 307 properties in the U.S., including outlet centers and indoor malls like the Philadelphia Premium Outlets and the Jersey Shore Outlets in Tinton Falls, N.J., and many more internationally
The 65-acre mall in Camden County will sit between College Drive, Zimmerman Drive, the Black Horse Pike and Route 42, and will be composed of nine separate buildings. The center will be an open-air, racetrack design like many of Simon's other properties, where stores face inward along a path that lead customers around the circuit. Parking will be located in a ring around the stores.
The center will be slightly unique, however, because of its larger-than-usual green space in the middle of the complex that will feature outdoor seating, food kiosks, fire pits and more green space than other Simon outlets.
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