Andrew Emma, manager of LOVE Park, stopped by Tuesday to check out how the build-out was progressing three days in.
"They're putting up some of the food vending tents, they're starting to build out some of the vendor huts, there's over 75 vendor huts. The stage, which is gonna have different musical events and performances is here. Santa's booth right behind that is going up," he said.
And there's something new this year: A big shipping container is being converted into a gift shop.
Workers had to contend with freezing cold and snow on Tuesday, but they didn't seem to mind.
"No, we're prepared to work outside. We knew what it was today, I mean all you had to do was look at the weather. KYW, right?" one worker joked.
Christmas Village debuted in 2008 and has grown to become one of the most popular holiday spots in the city, where vendors sell items from around the world. This year, visitors can look for an expanded beer garden and more food offerings.