Several other cities in New Jersey have filed their bids to become the home of Amazon’s second headquarters, despite the state throwing its official support behind Newark earlier this week.
An owner and developer of low-income housing has acquired nearly 400 existing units in Camden, in a nearly $34.5 million deal arranged by Marcus & Millichap.
Holtec International has opened the doors to what the state says is the single largest private investment in the history of Camden — a new 600,000-square-foot headquarters and manufacturing complex for the global energy technology company.
A new market report by JLL found that office vacancy in southern New Jersey is at an all-time low, following a first quarter that saw the region outperform greater Philadelphia as a whole.
Three prominent South Jersey companies, including the insurance firm run by business and political leader George E. Norcross III, have unveiled plans to move their headquarters to Camden under a proposed $245 million office tower on the city’s waterfront.
A rendering of the proposed Camden Tower in Camden — Courtesy: Conner Strong & Buckelew A proposed 18-story office tower on the Camden waterfront could become the new headquarters for three prominent South Jersey corporations. Here is how the project breaks…