GLOUCESTER TOWNSHIP, NJ—Construction has commenced on the 415,000-square-foot Gloucester Township Premium Outlets being built on a 65-acre parcel between Black Horse Pike and Route 42 here.

Site clearing work began earlier this month at the former farm that will also feature 35,000 square feet of commercial space, according to the Star Ledger. The development, which is expected to open its doors next summer, is being developed by a joint venture of PREIT-Rubin, Inc., which built the Cherry Hill Mall and Voorhees Town Center, and Simon Property Group, which owns the Jersey Shore Premium Outlets, Philadelphia Premium Outlets and Woodbury Common Premium Outlets in Central Valley, NY.

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