Property owners in Camden have tapped into a state program meant to spur street-level retail and service businesses, adding to the resurgence of one of the city’s main thoroughfares.
A building in downtown Camden that was once the epicenter of recorded music is now poised to become Class A office space, under a plan to restore the historic property while honoring its past.
By Joshua Burd A private developer has purchased a 17-acre site in Camden for $1.1 million, in one of two southern New Jersey deals brokered recently by Colliers International. Agathon Realty sold the parcel at 75 Erie St., Colliers said,…
The developers of a new office tower in Camden are building with an eye toward driverless vehicles and carpooling, with a design that allows them to convert part of a parking structure into additional office space if the need for parking declines.
A development team has broken ground on a new 156-unit apartment building on the Camden waterfront, kicking off what will be the city’s first newly built market-rate units in 25 years.
Dranoff Properties is selling a well-known luxury apartment building in Camden as part of a six-building, $445 million portfolio sale announced Tuesday.
Jay Biggins, the executive managing director of Biggins Lacy Shapiro & Co., is a longtime expert in the field of incentives and has seen the evolution of the New Jersey’s programs firsthand.
A wholesale food distributor has proposed building a new 236,000-square-foot facility in Camden in connection with a nearly $52.5 million tax credit package from the state.