$17M Residential Development Coming to Camden, After $6.2M in Tax Credits

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    Iron Stone will be transforming a part of Broadway in Camden, N.J.

    A Philadelphia developer is venturing into Camden, N.J., for the first time and plans to construct a new $17 million apartment complex.

    Armed with $6.2 million in tax credits from the New Jersey Economic Development Authority, Iron Stone Strategic Capital Partners expects to begin construction in July on a 59-unit apartment project at 400-434 S. Broadway. It will be called Cooper Village Apartments and sit across from the Cooper Medical School of Rowan University. The development will have market-rate housing and will seek to attract medical students and others affiliated with the school as renters.

    Cooper Village will cover a little more than two blocks along Broadway and occupy a series of derelict sites. Read more about this story on PBJ.com.

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