Duluth making room for city hall

•Where: Main Street in Duluth

•What: The former Methodist church is being dismantled so it can be moved to the other side of the cemetery. It's making room for a new Duluth city hall.

•When did construction start: Last week

•When will construction end: The church could be moved as early as Monday.

Other construction

•Cross Creek Village, 90,000 square feet of offices and 32,000 square feet of retail on 13 acres is being built at Lawrenceville-Suwanee Road and Duluth Highway.

•Three Oaks Office Park is being built at Oakland Road and Cruse Road.

•A Swaminarayan Hindu Temple is being built at U.S. Highway 29 and Rockbridge Road.

•A 1.2-acre strip center with a nearly 15,500-square-foot retail building is being built at Boggs Road and Duluth Highway.

•Brookhaven, a 53-lot single-family subdivision, is being built at Tree Lane and Webb Gin House Road.

•Roddy Sturdivant Enterprises, a development grading and real estate services company, is building an operations facility on Alcovy Road at the intersection with Ewing Chapel Road.

•Buford-T&B LLC is developing a single-family subdivision, 55 lots on 14 acres at Prospect Road and Old Peachtree Road.

•SKA developers are carving out 154 single-family home lots on 27-acres on Plunketts Road next to the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center.

•Century 21 is building a new Norcross office on Beaver Ruin Road, about a quarter-mile from Indian Trail Road and just across from the Georgia Department of Labor.

•Menlo Creek apartment complex is being built at Satellite Boulevard and Beaver Ruin Road.