Moore has overseen the revitalization of the 49th Ward, while taking care to maintain the neighborhood’s diversity. The 49th Ward’s revitalization is apparent in the Morse and Glenwood streetscape beautification project and the new restaurants, cafes and businesses opening in that historic district. Moore has also paved the way for the construction of the Gateway Plaza Shopping Center, a 40-acre complex containing a Dominick’s Grocery Store a Bally’s Health Club and a host of other retail amenities. Moore also oversaw the construction of the $60 million Howard Transit Center, the opening of a new 14,000-square foot branch of the Chicago Public Library, a new firehouse, and a new 2.5 acre park and community center, which replaced an adult bookstore and dilapidated housing. Moore also supported the creation of hundreds of units of affordable and market rate rental housing and new condominiums geared toward families of all incomes.