"Because they are recycling all the materials they have to sort them as they go," Jensen said.
Jensen said the demolition should be finished soon. For the first couple months of 2006, the site will be readied for construction.
At the end of February or beginning of March, crews will begin to lay the foundation for the main building.
"From that point it will be a continual progression," Jensen said.
Arctic Circle, which has already committed to building on the site, will also begin construction soon, Jensen said.
"As far as I know Arctic Circle will begin construction in the next couple of weeks," Jensen said.
He said Arctic Circle wants to be open during the construction process in hopes of increasing revenue from construction workers.
Construction on The Village on Main Street is expected to take approximately 18 months. If all goes as scheduled, it should open in late summer or early fall 2007.
The Village is expected to include apartments for senior citizens and general-use apartments.
Developers also hope to include retail shops, restaurants, a pharmacy, a hair salon and office space.