Final phase of Camden redevelopment project underway, HMFA says

The Michaels Organization has broken ground on 58 apartments in Camden, the final piece of a project to redevelop a former public housing complex in partnership with state officials.

HMFA awards $22.5 million in tax credits, supporting 1,200 affordable units

State officials have awarded more than $22 million in new funding under a federal tax credit program for affordable housing developers, supporting 17 projects that will create some 1,200 units for families, seniors and residents with special needs.

Hamilton architecture firm expands, acquires Camden practice

A Hamilton-based design and planning firm has expanded its footprint and bolstered its offerings with the acquisition of a Camden-based practice.

Michaels, Camden housing authority break ground on 75-unit project

A partnership has kicked off the next phase of a plan to redevelop a former public housing complex in Camden, breaking ground on 75 apartments in the city’s Centerville neighborhood.

Murphy signs ‘land bank’ bill allowing cities to assemble, reposition blighted property

A newly enacted law allows New Jersey municipalities to assemble blighted properties within their borders, creating land banks that they can use to spur much-needed redevelopment.

Developers, officials debut $48 million Camden apartment building

A development group has completed a new 156-unit apartment building on the Camden waterfront, delivering the city’s first new market-rate rentals in more than a decade.

Three more co-working locations join EDA program for rent grants

Three female-led co-working spaces have joined the growing list of locations that are eligible for rent support grants under a program offered by the state Economic Development Authority.

TD Bank touts construction loan, affordable housing rehab in Camden

The Michaels Organization is on track to rehabilitate 64 historic affordable housing units in Camden, thanks in large part to financing from TD Bank and state and local funding sources.

Camden office tower developers unveil plans for new restaurants

Two restaurants are coming to the high-profile, waterfront office tower in Camden that will become the headquarters of three influential South Jersey companies.

EDA approves $40 million tax credit to bring nonprofit to Camden

The state has approved a 10-year, $39.6 million tax credit package aimed at luring a Pennsylvania-based nonprofit to Camden, where it would build a new waterfront office building and create nearly 170 jobs not currently in the state.