North Camden Brownfields Development Area
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The NJDEP has designated four properties along the Delaware River as a Brownfield Development Area to provide the support needed to successfully remediate and reuse a significantly underutilized area to the north of the Ben Franklin Bridge in Camden. This North Camden community has tremendous potential given its direct access to the Delaware River and Philadelphia. The overall plan for this site is a development for mixed-use, including residential, retail and light commercial. In addition, a greenway is planned along the Delaware River that would essentially connect the northern sections of Camden to the entertainment features on the waterfront in South Camden.
A 25-acre site that is inactive and currently owned by the City of Camden.
Save Our Waterfront
A 20-acre site that is currently inactive and owned by the non profit group.
A 20-acre site that is privately owned and active with an insulation business and other commercial businesses.
These four sites are only a portion of the exciting opportunities that exist in the North Camden neighborhood. There are other opportunities within the community. Information on redevelopment can be obtained from the following organizations:
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