After years of high-profile public and corporate development projects, Camden city officials say new housing is key to convincing the thousands of employees who now come to work in the city each day to also live there.
Camden city officials are now focusing on quality-of-life improvements that they feel will help draw new residents, following decades of population declines and years of corporate and institutional projects spurred by lucrative, often-controversial tax breaks from the state,
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A sports betting and trading firm has leased nearly 8,800 square feet of office space in Camden, under a newly announced transaction by Wolf Commercial Real Estate.
The Michaels Organization has named a new executive to lead its debt and equity platform for both new development and acquisition opportunities.
A cocoa bean distributor has leased more than 70,000 square feet at a Camden industrial building, under a newly announced transaction by Colliers International.
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A dollar store chain is adding seven locations in southern New Jersey, under a series of newly announced transactions by Soloff Realty & Development Inc.
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.