Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Voorhees relocates town hall

Voorhees has relocated its municipal offices to Voorhees Town Center at Burnt Mill and Somerdale Roads.

Voorhees relocates town hall

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Voorhees has relocated its municipal offices to Voorhees Town Center at Burnt Mill and Somerdale Roads.

About 50 township employees unpacked boxes Monday in the new location before a ribbon cutting by township and mall officials. The offices have an exterior entrance on the outdoor plaza and an interior entrance near Macy’s.

The center is now one of only three malls nationwide anchored by a municipal office, according to owner Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust, which is redeveloping the former Echelon Mall.

PREIT and Voorhees entered into an agreement in October to move the town hall from Berlin Road into the center, a $150 million mixed-used redevelopment. The complex includes the renovated enclosed mall, an office building, street-level retail and restaurants, and 425 residential apartments and condominiums.

The township’s new business address is 2400 Voorhees Town Center, Voorhees 08043. All phone numbers will remain the same. Police and public works will remain at their current locations.

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