State officials have awarded nearly $245 million in tax credits to spur a trio of prominent South Jersey companies to move to Camden as part of the city’s sweeping waterfront redevelopment.
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…
A southern New Jersey YMCA branch has leased 2,250 square feet at a downtown Camden office building, according to Wolf Commercial Real Estate.
With more than a year of due diligence, entitlements and land assemblage in the books, Liberty Property Trust is set to break ground on the first piece of a $1 billion, mixed-use project to transform Camden’s waterfront.