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.
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.
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.
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.
Two restaurants are coming to the high-profile, waterfront office tower in Camden that will become the headquarters of three influential South Jersey companies.
American Water has opened the doors to its new 220,000-square-foot headquarters in Camden, the first completed piece of a high-profile, billion-dollar redevelopment of the city’s waterfront.
Michaels Development and the city of Camden have broken ground on 72 low- and moderate-income apartments, continuing a project to redevelop a blighted public housing complex.