Named one of “America’s Best Places to Live” by Money Magazine in the early 2000s, the town's housing stock housing stock and architecture reflect its history and diversity. The town center and surrounding residential neighborhoods encompass a broad range of styles, including Federal, Queen Anne, Colonial Revival, Victorian, and Bungalow, that range in size from modest single‑family homes to impressive estates. Moorestown’s historic charm and strong civic pride are some of the many reasons why residents make Moorestown their home.
Located just 12 miles from Philadelphia, Moorestown has immediate access to the region’s main transportation arteries. Its Main Street, Lenola Town Centers, Moorestown Mall, and East Gate Shopping Centers are home to a number of small and medium-sized businesses, including retailers, restaurants, and professional service providers.
Moorestown’s residents dine at one of its many downtown restaurants, see a movie at the nearby Moorestown Mall, enjoy the fanfare and pageantry of its holiday parades and annual festivals, enjoy over 670 acres of open space, or take in a performance by the Moorestown Theater Company. The Perkins Center and Moorestown Community House serve as the venue for the annual summer concert series.
Moorestown was selected as one 30 featured destinations in the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission's Greater Philadelphia Classic Towns initiative.
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