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.
The joint venture behind a high-profile office tower in Camden has unveiled another piece of its waterfront redevelopment — a $48 million, 156-unit luxury apartment building.
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.