Nowadays, I can't see why anyone would shop in most old-fashioned department stores like Sears and JCPenney when there are Target stores out there like this one that are a class above them all. Outside, this Target store is a work of art. It's located on the border of Mount Laurel and Moorestown (yes, America's best city to live in...), two affluent neighborhoods. By the curb there are red spherical sculptures. The facade is exciting; it combines stone, wood, and brick into a very classy look. I love the "arbor" they put up. Inside, the values are wonderful. This Target sells things at the same price as other ones. It's a "Greatland," so it has an expanded grocery department (though with Wegmans next door, I don't shop there) and a huge clothes section. Housewares of all sorts can be found. What I like best is how everything is so neat and uncluttered. Also I appreciate that they open enough registers so you don't wait too long- unlike Wal-Mart. I love this Target! The only con is that parking here is crazy, especially since their lot is filled with overflow cars from Wegmans next door.