Two of the candidates in this year’s gubernatorial election would look to scale back or reconfigure the state’s development and business incentives, while three others appear ready to continue the existing programs as a way to extend the growth of New Jersey’s economy.
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.
As Woodbridge Mayor John McCormac will tell you, a neighborhood can have a 30-year-old, polluted industrial site that has been abandoned for more than a decade — yet local residents still oppose the mere concept of redevelopment.
Subaru of America may scale back its plans to expand in Camden in the wake of Gov. Chris Christie’s recent decision to end tax reciprocity between New Jersey and Pennsylvania.