Voorhees Town Center, formerly Echelon Mall, is a regional shopping mall and a future residential area located in Voorhees Township, New Jersey.
Mall Owner, PREIT submitted plans to demolish the abandoned anchor stores and adjacent mall space to make way for a mixed-use "town center" featuring a 65,000 sf supermarket and 130,000 sf of retail stores along a landscaped boulevard. PREIT renovated the downsized mall to house 253,000 square feet of small specialty shops along with anchor stores Macy's and Boscov's.
The groundbreaking ceremony on the new project was on January 30, 2007. The former Sears and JCPenney buildings, and the mall corridor between Macy's and the former JCPenney had been demolished.
As of December 2007, work has been completed on the mall portion of the town center. The mall has officially changed to Voorhees Town Center.