Plans to revamp mall parcels with new apartments, public space taking shape across New Jersey

Redevelopment is coming to some of New Jersey’s largest malls, as owners and local officials weigh plans to add apartments, health care facilities and vibrant public spaces meant to infuse them with new foot traffic. Proponents say the projects are essential to the long-term health of even the most successful assets. In other cases, they’re a potential lifeline to once-dominant shopping hubs that have become obsolete and seen their values plummet in recent years.

Health system acquires ex-Sears store in Moorestown as part of mall redevelopment

A hospital system has acquired a former Sears building at a Burlington County mall, with plans to transform the structure into a 165,000-square-foot specialty care facility.

TD Bank touts construction loan, affordable housing rehab in Camden

The Michaels Organization is on track to rehabilitate 64 historic affordable housing units in Camden, thanks in large part to financing from TD Bank and state and local funding sources.

CHA acquires Salem hospital, plans $30 million upgrade

Community Healthcare Associates has acquired a hospital in Salem County, with plans to invest more than $30 million to reposition, modernize and expand the acute care facility.

Investors plan new chapter for historic Camden office building

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.